What would you do if you were confined to a wheelchair, home alone and found someone at your door and another trying to break into your garage? That’s what happened to a woman on Cleveland’s west side. She called police, then got her gun, put it up to the window and yelled at the man at the door to get off her property.
A woman, who lives on Cleveland’s west side, said she felt safe in her home until last week.
“It was last Monday morning around 10:30,” Melinda Vandal told Fox 8. “I looked at the door and there was a man, right there, right outside looking like he was going for my door.” She said she saw another man cutting the screen on a window of her garage.
Vandal, who is in a wheelchair, said she called police and grabbed her gun…
Had this woman not had a gun, chances are the man at the door would have broken into her home and do whatever to her. She may possibly have been injured, sexually assaulted or even killed, had she not have her gun to chase them away. She didn’t have the shoot proving that guns don’t always kill people as gun control advocates claim.