SPOKANE, Wash. - Just days after a shooting rocked this South Hill neighborhood, it's quiet. That's par for the course for in this area, but in the wake of such a violent and terrifying crime, it feels disquieting instead.
"The bullet entered his mouth. He lost part of his tongue, and it fractured his jaw. The bullet is still lodged in his spinal cord, and they can't remove it because of swelling," Gamber said. "Probably a 50/50 chance that he could be paralyzed."