A coroner in SC confirmed Thursday that a woman had passed away just days after she was shot at a shooting range.
She survived for several days on life support, but Anderson County Coroner Greg Shore confirmed her death on Thursday.
Sarah Bonner was shot Monday afternoon at Skip-J Range in Anderson, S.C., and authorities are investigating whether it was an accident. Deputies said range members were target practicing at the time.
A report via the Atlanta Journal-Constitution told of a bullet going through Bonner's eye and becoming lodged in her brain. She was then transferred to AnMed Hospital.
Shore said Bonner and her family were at the shooting range together. The bullet will be able to help investigators determine which of several guns fired the shot and whether it was accidental, he said. This was something they enjoyed'.
James said the accident is the first in the range's 24 years of operation. The range's safety protocols are "serious", he said.
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Those with a membership at the range, which costs $165 a year, can use it without supervision as they are given the combination to the gate lock.
The post mentioned Bonner dying 'doing what she always loved'.
The range consists of 10 shooting bays that all have dirt berms down both sides, along with an impact berm, according to its website.
Sarah Bonner pictured to the left and with her mother who recently had chemotherapy treatment. As of Friday morning, more than $7,800 was raised out of a goal of $10,000.