Dec. 07--Total tragedy was narrowly averted inside a Weis Markets grocery store in Reading, Pa., according to WFMZ.com.
This, when a gun owner with a valid carry permit allegedly dropped the handgun Monday morning, causing it to fire, with the bullet then grazing a grocery store employee, according to WFMZ, with adds:
Weis said the store employee was taken to a hospital for treatment and released Monday afternoon.
Meanwhile, the shooting inside the store caused a large number of police to swarm the store, at North 13th and Rockland streets in Reading.
So far, the gun owner hasn't been publicly named. And WFMZ reports police and the Berks County District Attorney continue to investigate the shooting, with no decision yet on whether to file charges.
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