Lebanon Police Chief Richard Mello said Deutschsinjuries dont appear to be life-threatening. He was taken by ambulance to Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center following the 11:54 a.m. shooting. Police said an initialinvestigation revealed Deutsch shot himself in the leg while sitting inside a Honda SUV,which was parked just outside the entrance of the cemetery nearest Pleasant Street. The gunshot wound appears tobe accidental in nature, Mello said, but investigation into the circumstances are ongoing. Deutschwas aloneinside the vehicle at the time, Mello said. Lebanon police said in anews release that Deutsch did not have a license for the .380 caliber pistol he was carrying. When the ambulancearrived, Deutschwas quickly loaded onto a stretcher and taken to the hospital. Several Lebanon police officers responded to the incident. Going HereAn area company towed the SUVto the Lebanon Police Station. Updated at 2:25p.m.
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