A tweet from a Washington state trooper showed exactly what the unidentified man found - a gun sticking out of the front of his auto.
Washington State Patrol Trooper Guy Gill says the driver notified troopers, who recovered the gun, which was missing its magazine.
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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.
Washington State Trooper Guy Gill tweeted that the driver of the Honda saw a black object in the air and then it hit his vehicle.
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- A driver in Washington spotted something on the road fly up and hit his vehicle, he didn't think anything of it - until he stopped for gas and saw what it was.
Lakewood Police Detective Chris Lawler says the handgun may be connected to a shooting Wednesday night at Harry Todd Park, not far from the freeway. It's not clear where the black gun came from.
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