Flying gun found stuck in Washington driver's bumper

Flying gun found stuck in Washington driver's bumper

Flying gun found stuck in Washington driver's bumper

This brings new meaning to the term "gunning your engine".

A driver in Washington found a gun lodged in the front of his vehicle, just under a headlight, police said.

The man was driving on I-5 when he saw a small "black object" in the air, a Washington State Police spokesman said.

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The weapon was embedded in his bumper, barrel-end first, with the trigger sticking out just below the driver's-side headlight.

Lakewood Police Detective Chris Lawler says the handgun may be connected to a shooting Wednesday night at Harry Todd Park, not far from the freeway.

That's how Washington State Patrol Trooper Guy Gill tried to explain the weird scene that unfolded Thursday morning in Pierce County. They turned it over to police in the city of Lakewood to investigate where it came from. "It could have been thrown from a auto, it could have been on the road and another vehicle drove over it flinging it into the air, we just don't know", Gill told ABC News.

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