A dentist who was driving down a rural road when he was shot and killed in the parking lot of a bar near the city of Asheville, North Carolina, has died, according to the New York Times.
Dr. Brian A. Luthers, 63, was in the process of filling a patient’s dental crown when he went to check on a car parked outside the bar at 7:25 p.m. on Monday.
He was shot several times by a man in a white car, according a report from the Times.
He died at a hospital on Tuesday, according the Times, which added that his condition had not been immediately released.
Lutshers was the first dentist in the state to be killed by a gunshot, according with the Asheville Herald.
A man who was shot during a traffic stop at a bar in North Carolina has died.
A man who shot himself at a gas station and a man who crashed into a house while trying to rob a car near Asheville, N.C., have both died.
Both were in the hospital on Monday, according reports.
The Asheville Police Department said in a statement that its officers responded to a call at a convenience store at 9:37 p.s.m., but it was unclear if they responded to the scene or were involved in the shooting.
A suspect, who had a concealed weapon permit, fired shots into a nearby home and a vehicle.
Police later found a man shot to death in the gas station parking lot.
The other man was taken to a hospital with life-threatening injuries.