Nightwatch: Man Rushed To Hospital With Gunshot Wound | Full Episode – S2, E5 | Part 4 | A&E

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A man sustains serious gunshot wounds in part 4 of Season 2, Episode 5, “Guardians Of The City”. #Nightwatch
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25 thoughts on “Nightwatch: Man Rushed To Hospital With Gunshot Wound | Full Episode – S2, E5 | Part 4 | A&E

  1. New Orleans is crazy!! Are all the big cities like that? Its mental how many ppl get shot. These guys are real life super heroes. Take my hat off to them

  2. I've got an automatic gas powered bb rifle to scare squirrels away in my yard. It looks exactly like the real thing and shoots at almost 1k fps and I imagine it would really hurt.
    People get killed over pulling these things out and running around with them like they're real guns. I mean technically it's still a firearm and should be treated as such by these stupid kids playing with them

  3. My brother shot me with a BB gun when we were kids. I’m the youngest with two older brothers and they loved picking on their baby sister. So when he shot me I started screaming “I’m telling mom!!!” And he gave me the gun and said I could shoot him 3 times in the back as long as I didn’t tell on him. So I shot him lol 5 times.

  4. My oldest brothers best friend threatened to shoot me in the foot with a BB gun, my brother got between us, and the guy fired and my brother got shot with a BB gun in his foot. I was 3, maybe 4 at the time, my brother was 11 or 12, he died at 53, still had that BB in his foot. He and the guy were not friends after that.

  5. You see BB and pellet guns are not harmless. My 7 year old had a BB/ Pellet rifle years ago that pumped and he shot me in the hip, by accident. BB went in, hit my bone chipped the bone tore my muscle and to this day I still have that BB in my hip. To remove it would have caused more damage to my muscle. That BB rifle had the power of a 22 rifle, so No BB guns are not harmless. Yes my son lost the rifle, his grandparents got that gift back.

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