It's called the "Last Stop" and, for 39-year old Arizonan, Charles Vacca, it lived up to its name. For Charles Vacca, the Last Stop was a shooting range where he was a firearms instructor.
Charlie Vacca's Last Stop began when he handed a 9-year old girl, a ripfire Uzi submachine gun that fires 1,200 rounds a minute, 20-rounds a second. Charlie first had the girl fire a single round before he went into life-ending mode and switched the weapon to fully automatic.
As the first rounds came out of the Uzi the girl lost control of the weapon, the recoil sending it up and to the left, right where Charlie's head came in the line of fire. And that was the Last Stop for Charles Vacca, firearms instructor.
Folks, putting a rapid-fire automatic pistol into the hands of an inexperienced, 9-year old is probably not going to end well. I feel very badly for the girl and angry at her parents. What kind of father or mother allows their child to be put in that position? As for Charlie, well I feel sad for his family but not for him. He went full-bore dumbass and he left that girl in the condition she'll live with for the rest of her life.