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Wichita Junior Football: Gunfire Breaks Out at Practice

By    |   Tuesday, 09 Sep 2014 05:22 PM

An argument between a coach and parents at a junior football league in Wichita Kansas escalated to gunfire on Monday.

The fight started because a parent was unhappy about his son’s playing time during practice, according to The Associated Press.

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Six men — one armed with brass knuckles — surrounded the coach and began punching him, the AP reported. The coach’s wife fired a shot into the air and the coach retrieved a second gun from his car.

The assailants fled before police arrived and confiscated the guns, according to the AP report.

No serious injuries or arrests have been reported.

Twitter users were shocked.









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