Bullet misses innocent bystander by mere inches (VIDEO)

FOX 29 News Philadelphia | WTXF-TV

Surveillance video at a Philadelphia restaurant captured the moments when an innocent bystander was eating dinner and narrowly missed getting caught in the crossfire of a gunman shooting at two men.

The video shows the two men running into Studio 7, and moments later another man, armed with a gun, runs in and opens fire. Nobody was injured, but one of the bullets hit the table where a 46-year-old unnamed customer was sitting, then ricocheted into the wall. The bullet came just mere inches from the customer.

“I would be at church immediately,” said the owner of Studio 7, Oliver Longmore, of the man who narrowly missed being struck by the bullet. “I would be at the church knocking for the door to open immediately.”

[Fox 29]

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