Oklahoma City police say woman injured by officers' gunfire
January 1, 2020
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — A woman who was injured when two Oklahoma City police officers opened fire last week on a gun-wielding man was wounded as a result of the officers' gunfire, police said Monday.
Police initially said that 55-year-old Rolana Keeler was shot by her abductor, Elroy Barber, following a two-hour standoff with police outside a fast food restaurant. Barber, 60, died at the scene of the Christmas Eve shooting. Keeler was treated and released from a local hospital.
Police now say it appears Keeler was hit by fragments from an officer's bullet or from a piece of metal from the f...