One assailant had already squirted pepper spray into the
eyes of Daytona Beach, Florida, cab driver Harry C. Heck, Sr., and
the other was threatening to slice him with a Bowie knife, when the
former police officer did the only thing he could--he drew his .25
cal. Beretta tucked in the center armrest and fired. Heck's shots
wounded one of his attackers as the other fled. The incident
occurred just a week after another area cab driver was stabbed to
death, and this was the second time Heck had used a handgun to
thwart a robbery and protect his life.
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