NJ Builder Who Shot Himself In The Heart With Nail Gun Released From The Hospital

April 7, 2012 12:00 AM

NJ Builder Who Shot Himself In The Heart With Nail Gun Released From The Hospital
" CAMDEN, NJ (AP) – A self-employed builder from New Jersey who accidentally shot a nail into his heart last weekend has been released from the hospital and is expected to fully recover.

Cooper University Hospital officials say 52-year-old Dennis Hennis of Vineland was released late Friday afternoon.

Hennis was working on a neighbor’s roof when his nail gun jammed March 31 "

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