Highway Shooting Victim Grateful His Sons Were Not in Car

Tom McFarlin describes the moment he realized his car was hit by a bullet on a Kansas highway.
1:49 | 04/18/14

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You -- on your way -- a basketball game which in -- son's basketball game. -- was your son inside the -- no luckily. Neither one of my accuser and the car he normally sits right here in the back seat so you don't lose its right here right here. So autos extremely thankfully no bullet didn't go through the door -- that they want with me and have to go through the trauma. Of all that you know the police had come out -- -- -- whole deal. So very thankful -- home with their mom that night so they went out was. When I saw the hole and you know and I basically came to the realization that could be anything but a bullet a kind. -- -- -- -- myself like in my OK and I opened the door where's the you know that it goes through word of a -- And I couldn't find other hole and so that's when I called 911 in. And they came out they inspected it and Miami so months as we -- ahead in the torso and -- you took it to a mechanic. And you find another bullet -- Yeah a couple of days later my check engine light came on and it was the engines can match and plays a ticket into the Ford dealership in. They they didn't know anything about it they just came to me and said. There's a whole in this partners very strange you know and that's -- I had to explain them. I was involved in in this shooting at at the time this was not a common thing now all the other shootings hadn't happened yet. So I was explain them I was involved in this shooting. And if there's a bullet in -- or I need to know and that's when I immediately called investigator and he came down to the dealership and interviewed that workers got the bullet out. So they could continue to run tests on the bullets so when he was taken into custody. You must have been released. Yes -- have very relieved thankful. Very thankful that helped the police and the community -- politics that came in did their job then and found the sky and feel a lot safer drive on highways.

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