Stray bullet from shooting range?
BRUSH PRAIRIE, WASHINGTON- The family of a woman grazed by a bullet says they can't prove it came from a neighboring shooting range, but they've found more than a pound of bullets in her yard with a metal detector.
Linda Sperling is recovering from a concussion after she was hit in the head by a bullet in her yard last month. She says she considers herself lucky the bullet didn't do more damage.
Her husband and son believe the bullet came from the neighboring Clark Rifles shooting range, but the sheriff's office says it appears to be an "unintended, unfortunate incident."
The shooting range says there's no proof it came from its property.
Now the family is considering legal action.
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