An online tragedy that occurred three months is providing the family of the victim some closure. Police have ruled the death of a teen who shot himself during an online video chat room session an accident, The Mirror reports
A college student accidently shot himself in the head during a video chat room session while horrified users watched helplessly.
Trevor George, 19, held a revolver to his hand and pulled the trigger, not knowing there was a bullet in the chamber. Witnesses reportedly told police the Bellevue University student, who went under the usernames TZIF and Jesus online, previously held a gun to his head as a joke.
Witnesses found themselves in a bind because they had no way of telling authorities the location of George. George’s parents were in the house at the time of his death, but didn’t hear a gun go off.
Police were eventually able to investigate the matter after a tip from a man in Florida who knew George’s identity.
College Student who Shot Himself in the Head During Video Chat Room Session Death Ruled an Accident
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