This kinda reminds me of this one time in my past. Completely different story but involved a shooting close to that area so buckle up. Its story time at The Ugly Orange for a minute. When i was like 15 I got my learners permit and had my moms car. Lexus LS400 form 1993, beautiful ride, moving on. One night i was like craving for McDonalds like i haven’t had anything since lunchtime at school. Drove out and got like 5 double cheese burgers and fries. The whole sha-bang. Anyways, get my food and drive home and then as i pull out of the shopping center i saw this car stopped pulled next to it and a guys leaning out of the door. I roll down the window and the guy starts saying he’s been shot. I roll up my window and drive away. If anyone who’s stopped on the road because he was shot on Sterling rd, right before Flamingo, im sorry bro. It was my learners permit and i didnt want my Dad to yell at me and i really wanted to go home and eat my McDonalds. On the real though, it didnt seem like the guy was shot. Not an ounce of blood in sight unless he like just shot himself and maybe shit was about to start leaking like broken bottle of ketchup. But on the real, i just wanted to go home and eat McDonalds, shit was a busy enough road. Someone who already had their dinner probably would stop by soon after.
Either way, do you really want to go to the hospital? You almost 100% put yourself in a situation where you’re shot probably. Miramar has nothing going on so you probably are Spanish and shot yourself because you were being a dumb person. Going to the hospital is gonna cost you an arm and a leg to pay off those medical fees and after seeing Boondock Saints, im almost sure i could stop the bleeding and shit with a house hold iron and walmart sells them on the cheap. So technically walmart was probably the cheapest option to fixing up that gunshot wound problem. Cant fully blame this guy for that move.
P.s- You dont become one of the most successful retail empires by closing the store every time a gun shot victim ends up on the door steps.