Just saw this on the local news.. http://www.wmur.com/news/10663908/detail.html Police: Man Accidentally Shoots Self While Driving Passing EMT Treats Man At Scene Of Accident POSTED: 4:34 pm EST January 3, 2007 CONCORD, N.H. -- Police said a Webster, N.H., man shot himself in the leg and caused an accident while driving down a busy road in Concord on Wednesday. Investigators said Robert Drown, 22, was driving on Loudon Road and emptying his loaded weapon at about noon. Police said Drown accidentally shot himself in the thigh. "It's like he rear-ended a car, went up over the curb, didn't hit the brakes or anything, took out the sign and jumped out of the car covered in blood," witness Jeff Raymond said. The collision happened about 50 yards from a fire station, and police said Drown tried to run to the station before collapsing 20 feet from the door. "A good Samaritan, an EMT, saw the whole thing and responded with first aid," Maj. Robert Barry said. "Concord Fire then responded with treatment, and he was transported to Concord Hospital." Drown's vehicle was heavily damaged, and a sign at a 7-Eleven that his vehicle hit was destroyed. Drown was rushed into surgery to repair the gunshot wound. "It does appear that he lost a significant amount of blood," Barry said. "Loss of blood is the concern at this point." Investigators said the incident was a case of poor judgment. "When you handle a firearm, it should have 100 percent of your attention," Barry said. No charges have been filed, but police said the incident was still under investigation.