A alloy during a Florida sanatorium for veterans was shot by a patient, a double amputee in a wheelchair, as a studious was taken to a puncture room Wednesday evening, officials said.
Larry Ray Bon, 59, of Michigan, non-stop glow with a handgun about 6:20 p.m. during West Palm Beach VA Medical Center, Justin Fleck, partner special representative in assign during a Miami FBI Office, pronounced during a news discussion Wednesday night.
The alloy was struck while attempting to overpower a man.
“It was really brave,” Fleck pronounced of a doctor, who has not been identified. “He was flattering drastic and substantially saved a lot of lives.”
The medicine was ecstatic to a internal sanatorium and expelled Wednesday evening, Fleck said. A second VA worker was also grazed and suffered minimal injuries, officials said.
Bon served in a U.S. Army for only over a month in a 1970s, and his double amputation is not suspicion to be a outcome of any military-related service, according to a FBI.
A orator for a sanatorium pronounced that a trickery has been cumulative and that appointments and procedures scheduled for Thursday would not be affected.