Naval medical center security personnel shoot, injure man who drove past gate

SAN DIEGO (CNS) - A 18-year-old transient who drove past a gate at Naval Medical Center San Diego in the Balboa Park area was injured when security personnel fired a shot at his charging dog, but missed, and the bullet instead grazed his ankle, authorities said on Tuesday.The bizarre series of events happened around 8:45 p.m. Monday near the hospital's main gate at Bob Wilson Drive off Florida Drive, according to Navy officials.A man, later identified as Eric Durand of San Diego, was behind the wheel of a pickup truck that approached the gate, but did not stop when directed by a security officer. The security team then deployed barriers to prevent the driver from accessing the base, according to Navy Region Southwest spokesman Brian O'Rourke.The driver made a U-turn and stopped
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