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An Iowa police chief accidently shot one of his officers at police headquarters in Carter Lake, Iowa.

"Police Chief Shawn Kannedy was discussing firearms with two officers on Wednesday when Kannedy's weapon went off.

The officer who was shot, Sgt. Dan Driver, was taken to Creighton University Medical Center in Omaha, Neb. He is reported to be in good condition.


Should make for some interesting conversation when it comes time to ask for a raise.

"Say, Chief, remember that time you shot me? Anyway, I was wondering..."

Probably went something like this "here let me show you with mine." BANG! "Oh %*(&&!"

Gotta love the experts though. Really. Trained professionals I tell you.



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