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Apple MacBook Pro May Have Saved Man’s Life in Fort Lauderdale Airport Shooting

Apple MacBook Pro May Have Saved Man's Life in Fort Lauderdale Airport Shooting

– Steve Frappier was wearing a backpack on both his shoulders when he dove to floor to get away from Esteban Santiago, an Iraq veteran and discharged member of the Alaska Army National Guard who opened fire at the Fort Lauderdale airport today.After Santiago retrieved his bag at baggage claim, he took out a gun and started firing, reports CNN.One source said he went to the bathroom to get the gun out of his luggage first.Frappier says when he went to the floor a bullet shot in his direction ricocheted and entered his backpack.The bullet appears to have traveled through his MacBook and come to rest in the side pocket of his backpack.
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Fort Lauderdale shooting: MacBook Pro ‘SAVED MY LIFE’

Fort Lauderdale shooting: MacBook Pro ‘SAVED MY LIFE’

– CNN This MacBook Pro reportedly blocked a bullet fired by the gunmanAmerica is once again mourning the victims of another mass shooting after five people were shot dead at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport in Florida yesterday.However one man appears to have had a lucky escape from the horror thanks to an unlikely source of protection.An Apple MacBook Pro probably wouldn’t be far up the list of most people’s supplies in a gunfire, but this time it seems to have done the job.
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MacBook Pro Saves Man Life In Fort Lauderdale Airport Shooting

MacBook Pro Saves Man Life In Fort Lauderdale Airport Shooting

– AdvertisementThe shooting rampage at the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport – which left five people dead – has shaken America.In the midst of this nightmare unfolding for unsuspecting travelers, there was an unsung hero – the MacBook Pro.For the unfamiliar, on Friday, Jan. 6, 26-year-old Esteban Santiago pulled out a gun from his checked-in luggage and suddenly opened fire on innocent people who were collecting their luggage from Fort Lauderdale airport’s baggage claim area.
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