Driver finds handgun stuck in front bumper

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A driver in Washington state found a gun lodged in the front of his vehicle, authorities said.

According to Gill, the driver said he'd continued about 18 miles along Interstate 5 after seeing the "black object" hit his auto.

About 18 miles later, he told the trooper that he stopped for gas and found a black handgun sticking out of the Honda's front bumper. That's when he discovered the gun, lodged barrel-first into the bumper just below his driver's side headlight.

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Naturally, the man contacted state police, who recovered the gun and turned it over to the Lakewood (Washington) police dept.

Troopers handed the gun over to the Lakewood, Washington, police department. "It could have been thrown from a auto, it could have been on the road and another vehicle drove over it flinging it into the air, we just don't know", Gill told ABC News.

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