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Excedrin Headache No. 1, with a Bullet

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A Florida man who awoke with a headache learned at the hospital that he had been shot in the head. His wife, who took him to the hospital — then fled — later told police that she had accidentally shot her husband while he slept.

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A Florida man woke up early Tuesday with a headache. And he quickly decided that aspirin would not be enough. Michael Moylan got his wife to drive him to the hospital. And only after he reached the hospital did a nurse indicate the headache might have been caused by the bullet in his head. Mr. Moylan quickly got treatment, and his wife immediately fled. She later told police that she accidentally shot her husband while he slept.

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