Mother shot by her young son while driving in America

Mother shot by her young son while driving in America

There has been another case in the United States of a parent being shot by their own young child.

Patrice Price, 26, was shot in the back whilst driving.

Her two-year old son picked up a gun and fired it through the front seat.

Media reports state the child found the gun as it slid out from the backseat.

The driver’s mother and one-year-old were in the front passenger seat.

The children were not in passenger seats at the time.

Patrice Price was a mother of three children and she was driving her boyfriend’s car at the time.

She was pronounced dead at the scene.

This is the second reported case of a child shooting a mother in a car in two months.

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