Sunday, March 16, 2003

Ross Twp. man shot in his home now out of hospital



The Cincinnati Enquirer

ROSS TWP. - X-rays of a bullet lodged in his skull will always remind Dan Ulrich that he experienced a miracle Friday afternoon.

Ulrich, a father of four, survived a bullet that hit him in the back of his head while he was in his home working at his computer in the 3100 block of New London Road.

Guns are always blasting from the woods out back, Ulrich said. He thinks someone fired a careless shot that almost took his life.

"I count my blessings," said Ulrich, who called 911 himself and never lost consciousness before he was admitted to University Hospital. He was released on Saturday.

A helicopter checked the woods on Friday but found nothing. Police were still looking for the shooter on Saturday.

"I want justice," he said. "The person (who did this) should step forward."

Anyone with information is asked to call police, 863-8284.




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