Concealed Carrier Kills Robbery Suspect in Gas Station Gunfight

The car of an unidentified man who was shot while he pumped gas in Massaponax, Virginia, sits 11 October, 2002, as authorities examine the crime scene. Police launched a manhunt after another fatal shooting in the gas station near Washington, heightening public fears after seven killings by a sniper in …
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A concealed carrier at a Houston, Texas, gas station shot and killed an armed robbery suspect during a gunfight around 4:00 p.m. Friday.

Fox 26 reports the suspect allegedly approached while the concealed carrier was sitting in his jeep, and a gunfight ensued. Multiple rounds were fired from both men but a witness said, “The man with the Jeep was a better shot.”

Click2Houston reports that the concealed carrier was struck multiple times by gunfire as well and was transported to a hospital but is expected to survive.

Harris County Sheriff’s Office Lt. David Klozik said, “I had two males exchange gunfire. I have one male that is deceased on scene and then I have another male that has been transported to the hospital.”

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