MACON, Ga. (AP) -- A Macon woman says "I was lucky" after shooting outside the convenience store where she works left the clerk with a bullet lodged in her head.
The Telegraph of Macon reports that Doris Day says "God was looking out for me" after she survived being struck by a ricocheting gunshot Saturday.
Day was back at Kris's Corner Shop walking around the crime scene with a fresh bandage on her head hours after she was shot. The gunfire erupted from a car wash next to the store while was standing outside.
Day says a bullet bounced off the building and lodged in her forehead, but didn't penetrate her skull. She says doctors decided to wait several days before removing the slug.
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