In Idaho State University, an assistant professor's semiautomat...

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Sep 8, 2014 14:30
In Idaho State University, an assistant professor's semiautomatic gun in his pocket discharged and his leg was shot in his chemistry class, the police announced on September 3.

The new law came into effect on July 1st in Idaho, which allows people on campus to carry a gun as long as it is invisible.
According to the police, the assistant professor had the gun in his pocket when the incident occurred in the chemistry class on September 2.

Nineteen students are enrolled in the chemistry course.
It is unclear that how many students attended the class, but nobody else was injured.
No punishment applied to the professor.

According to a spokesperson for the university, the records dating back to 1997 didn't show any accidental shooting.
― A Japanese article ―