An unidentified 9-year-old Tuscon, Arizona, girl was hospitalized Thursday evening after she was shot during an incident of road rage. According to KVOA, the local NBC affiliate, the incident took place shortly after 6pm in the area of Campbell and Irvington.
Police say that the shooting happened during an incident of road rage; the 9-year-old was shot in the leg. Currently, she’s being treated for non-life threatening injuries at UAMC. As of this writing, police are looking for a white Dodge Neon with faded paint and temporary tags.
In the mean time, let’s take a moment to thank the NRA, who made this all possible. This is the third time in recent memory that this has happened; maybe if the NRA would work harder at getting everyone a good guy with a gun, and not just a gun, we’d all be better off. How about, NRA? Where our good guys with guns at?
Don’t hold your breath.