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Another received “significant facial injuries” after being hit by a projectile.
Imagine that if you fall, your board can become a deadly, boomeranging projectile.
Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez has said she’ll bring back legislation to curtail the use of non-lethal police projectiles against protesters and journalists.
It fired a larger projectile in April that same year, diving down to the surface a couple months later to retrieve even more ejected material.
The projectile traveled through the kitchen and struck a display case in the living room.
The union president said injuries include eye damage from lasers, eardrum injuries caused by exploding fireworks, and concussions from projectiles.
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Out of it in a sharp right turn shot a projectile, tiny and glistening against the velvet black.
Then he picked up another and followed through with a second projectile.
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I went at once to the cylinder we used for discharging things from the projectile.
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But primarily, this is a test of the projectile and a journey of exploration and research.
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