Fmr. Navy SEAL shot, plugs wound and drives to safety

April 1, 2014 7:18:43 PM PDT
A former Navy SEAL was shot in the abdomen and drove himself to safety after plugging the wound with his finger.

Christopher Heben, 44, was shot in the West Market Plaza parking lot in Bath Township, Ohio on March 28th. Police say Heben was attacked after getting into an argument with a driver who nearly backed into him.

Heben plugged the wound and drove himeself to a nearby fire station, where he was given first aid and taken to the hospital, according to WEWS-TV.

Police are reviewing surveillance tapes and looking for witnesses, though no suspects have been identified. Heben was able to see his attackers fleeing as he drove to safety.

The suspects' car is described as a gray sports car with a raised spoiler, performance muffler, black wheels and tinted windows. The suspects' descriptions have not been released.

Anyone who witnessed the attack is asked to contact Detective Dave Lance at 330-666-3736 or .

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