Saturday, September 18, 2021

Lincoln City resident dies from apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound

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A Lincoln City resident died from an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound tonight at an apartment complex adjacent to Bi-Mart at 1220 SE Oar Ave.

Lincoln City Police, North Lincoln Fire Rescue and Pacific West Ambulance converged at approximately 7 o’clock tonight to tend to a suspected suicide attempt, police said. Law enforcement and rescue vehicles lined SE Oar Avenue as concerned residents looked on.

Lincoln City Police Sgt. Jeffrey Winn said a news release would not be issued and the investigation is ongoing.

Justin Werner
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  1. If everyone hides in a hole for the rest of there lives (if you call that living) the case numbers regarding covid19 will not go up.
    If people accept that illness and death are part of life and choose to resume LIVING . . .
    the numbers will go up! Sorry folks, that’s how pandemics/epidemics work.
    In the meantime, what about the death toll regarding suicides stemming from depression and stressors related to covid19 responses?
    Are the covid numbers going to reflect overdoses, self-inflicted gunshots and slashed wrists?
    I see the response as worse than the disease as it affects many more people on many more levels and the total duration has not yet been determined (I see years as a possibility). It is a war – and in war, those that run usually lose and often die.
    Those that meet things head on sometimes die but usually win.
    Cry “HAVOC!” and let slip the dogs of war . . .


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