LISTEN: New 911 calls released give better insight into a bizarre story in Enid, where a woman was reportedly shot by a dog! Hear the calls below. Full story here: https://t.co/oxCB3VRq95 pic.twitter.com/VQMcbpDmWT
— Dan Snyder (@DanSnyderFOX25) October 5, 2019
Brent Parks, 79, of Nash, was stopped for a train on North 10th and his caretaker, Tina Springer, 44, of Nash, was in the passenger seat of the vehicle. Parks’ yellow lab was in the backseat of the vehicle, which has a folding center console. A .22 caliber handgun was under the console.
While they were stopped for the train, the dog jumped from the backseat onto the console, causing the gun to discharge and hitting Springer in the left thigh, according to police. Police said cloth from the seat covers also could have gotten into the trigger well of the gun, causing it to discharge. Parks told police he doesn’t normally carry the weapon loaded.