Woman shot dead after bumping man's wheelchair

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Gas Station Shooting
This handout frame grab of a surveillance video provided by the Macon Police Department, shows the Murphy Express gas station on Gray Highway at the approximate time of the shooting death of 65-year-old Linda Hunnicutt on Tuesday, Dec. 4, 2012, in Macon, Ga. The detectives who continue to work on the case are asking for information from anyone on scene when the murder occurred, in particular, the man dressed in a dark, short-sleeve shirt and light pants, seen walking at center right, and the passenger and driver of the white pick-up truck with yellow stripes pulling a trailer. Police say Frank Louis Reeves' motorized wheelchair bumped into Hunnicutt's car, who exchanged words with the 73-year-old Reeves. Police say Hunnicutt got out of her Buick Lucerne, and Reeves drew a gun and shot her in the chest. Hunnicutt was taken to the Medical Center of Central Georgia where she died. (AP Photo/Courtesy of Macon Police Department)