Woman shot in the head, not only survives but makes tea
A mississippi woman who was just shot in the head greeted the deputy that arrived on the scene and offered him something to drink.
Tammy Sexton, 47, was hospitalized for three days after she was shot in the head by her husband, who had killed himself after shooting Sexton.
She is expected to make a full recovery.
Sexton's husband, Donlad Ray Sexton, was going to be given a document ordering him to stay away from his wife by deputies.
He had been convicted of domestic violence and put on probation April 9 for six months.
On Tuesday, Donald Sexton showed up at the Sexton home early in the morning, and confronted his wife. A relative ran to the neighbors to call police.
Tammy Sexton was shot in the head, the slug from a .380-caliber handgun struck her directly in the forehead. The bullet passed through her skull and exited through the back of her head, msnbc.com reported.
After shooting his wife, Donald Sexton went to the back porch where he shot himself.
A deputy arrived within minutes and was greeted by the woman, who had made herself some tea and was holding a rag against her forehead, and offered the deputy something to drink.
The bullet apparently passed through the woman's head without causing major damage.
Cases like this are rare, but medical journals confirm people have been shot in the head with little or no lasting injury.