OKLAHOMA CITY, OK (CNN) — A dog in Oklahoma City is being held responsible for shooting a woman.
The family says it all started with the loud noise of a passing train and an excited puppy.
The 911 call is so bizarre even the dispatcher had trouble believing it.
Tina Springer, 44, was in the passenger seat with a gunshot wound through her leg.
Brent Parks, 79, was behind the wheel.
Turns out Molly, a 7-month-old Labrador retriever, pulled the gun’s trigger with her paw.
The dog was spooked in the backseat of the car while a train was passing by.
She jumped from the backseat onto the center console while they were waiting for the train to pass.
Under the console was a loaded .22 caliber pistol.
Springer took a bullet to her left thigh.
The woman is expected to be okay but has a long recovery ahead.
The puppy is now back home and the family vows to steer clear of trains in the future.