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Update: Gun Reportedly Accidentally Discharged in Plymouth Rainbow Foods

Police say the man has been hospitalized, according to a media report.

Updated Jan. 28, 2013

According to Plymouth Police, the "accidental gun discharge yesterday is currently under investigation" and no new or updated information is available.

Original post Jan. 27, 2013

A man was hospitalized Sunday afternoon after he reportedly accidentally “shot himself” inside a Plymouth Rainbow Foods shortly before 4:30 p.m., according to a report on WCCO.com

The man received a “non-life threatening injury to his lower leg” while in the bathroom of the Vinewood Lane Rainbow Foods, WCCO.com reported. There were no additional injuries.

Police say the man has a conceal and carry permit, according to the report.

More information will be updated if it becomes available.

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David DeGrio January 28, 2013 at 03:52 AM
It's worth noting that Minnesota has no such thing as a "conceal and carry permit." In Minnesota we issue "permits to carry" whether it's open carry or concealed carry is up to the permit holder.
MN Freeman January 28, 2013 at 04:03 AM
In other news, dog chases cat.
rob_h78 January 28, 2013 at 06:24 PM
So will this guy lose his permit to carry? People who know how to handle guns don't shoot themselves (I've handled guns since I was 10 and I've never shot myself and everyone I know who handles guns have never shot themselves). This guy clearly doesn't know how to properly handle a gun and if can shoot himself accidentally he is a bigger threat to everyone else than to any bad guy that may one day run across his path - actually the bad guy might be better of with this guy around as he might shoot himself trying to engage a bad guy and do the bad guy's work for him.

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