A Walk In The Park: Stray Bullet Hits 12-Year-Old Girl In St. Louis
It wasn’t just another walk in the park for one twelve-year-old girl on Sunday evening. It used to be that you could take your children to play in the park without giving it a second thought. Times have changed.
Witnesses reported that a crowd of people had gathered around two men in Loretta Hall Park in St. Louis. The two men began arguing, drew their guns, and fired as the crowd dispersed. A little girl was playing nearby when a stray bullet hit her in the hand.
She was taken to the hospital for her wound, while police began searching for the two men responsible. An arrest was made Tuesday morning in St. Louis County.
We have been your St. Louis personal injury attorney for over fifty years, and we have seen it all. An injury to the hand of a small child is very serious. It can cause nerve damage, infection, and other problems, even when she gets older. Injuries like this one deserve to be compensated.
These men were arrested, and will be held accountable for their crimes. However, the injury this girl suffers from will be a reminder of that day for the rest of her life. As your St. Louis personal injury attorney, we’ll fight hard to get you what you deserve for your personal injury case. Contact us today.