CURRY COUNTY, N.M. (KAMR/KCIT) — The Curry County Sheriff’s Office reports that deputies and the Clovis Fire Department responded to a call of a four-year-old child that had been shot.
According to CCSO, on August 24 at around 12:00 p.m., sheriff’s deputies and the Clovis Fire Department responded to 1051 New Mexico 311 regarding a report of a four-year-old child who had been shot in the head.
The sheriff’s office said the child was immediately transported by ambulance to the hospital, and then flown to a medical facility in Lubbock.
The Major Crime Unit was activated to assist with the investigation into this incident and it was determined that the child was at home with a parent when the injury occurred said the sheriff’s office.
The Curry County Sheriff’s Office said the investigation is ongoing.
(Information from MyHighPlains.com)