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11-10-09, 02:10 AM #1
A drive in the country put woman in a bullet's path
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Lisa Long was driving through Cass County farm country Tuesday when somebody — maybe a mile or more away — pulled the trigger on a high-powered rifle.
The bullet zipped over fields and pasture from the south as Long’s car traveled west from her aunt’s house. The two would meet at a point on 307th Street at precisely the same instant.
Not only that, Long’s driver-side window was down six inches or so and the bullet was at the perfect trajectory to enter the opening as she drove past that point at 40 mph.
The slug tore through her cheek, exited her mouth, then plopped onto the floorboard of the 1998 Ford Taurus.
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11-10-09, 02:42 AM #2
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