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On August 25, 2014, 39-year-old Charles Vacca was accidentally shot an...

wikipedia - 09 Nov 2016
On August 25, 2014, 39-year-old Charles Vacca was accidentally shot and killed while instructing a nine-year-old girl in how to shoot an Uzi. The accident occurred at the Arizona Last Stop gun range (also known as "Bullets and Burgers") in White Hills, Arizona, where Vacca had worked for about eighteen months. According to county law officials the shooting is being viewed as an industrial accident. The minimum age set by the shooting range to fire a weapon is eight years old provided that the child is super
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A 9-Year-Old at a Shooting Range, a Spraying Uzi and Outrage

New York Times - 28 Aug 2014
A video of the shooting, which her parents recorded on a cellphone, suggests that the girl, in pink shorts and with a braided ponytail, was unable to control the gun's recoil; the instructor, Charles Vacca, 39, was rushed to a hospital in Las Vegas ...
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No machine guns for Louisiana kids, House committee decides

NOLA.com - 19 May 2017
Barbara Norton, D-Shreveport, said she sponsored the bill in light of the 2014 death of Charles Vacca, who was accidentally shot and killed by a 9-year-old girl at a White Hills, Ariz., shooting range while he was teaching her how to use an Uzi ...
shooting of charles vacca

Year After Death, Business as Usual at Arizona Gun Range

New York Times - 23 Aug 2015
In the year since a New Jersey girl visited Last Stop and accidentally killed Charles Vacca, a 39-year-old father of four, little has changed in the nation's tourist-oriented machine gun ranges. Last Stop's range, which receives 100 to 200 ...
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Arizona Uzi shooting death ruled accident

Las Vegas Review-Journal - 02 Oct 2014
Coroner Mike Murphy said Thursday that the results of blood toxicology tests didn't change a preliminary finding that Charles Joseph Vacca Jr.'s death from single gunshot to the head was an accident. Vacca lived in Lake Havasu, Ariz. He died Aug.
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Sharpshooters' instructors stress safety at gun ranges

WHNS Greenville - 27 Aug 2014
On Monday, investigators say an Arizona girl accidentally shot and killed Charles Vacca at a shooting range in Arizona. Vacca's Facebook page states he's from Greenville. Investigators in Arizona released video of the little girl and Vacca, an ...

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