An Anchorage, Alaska, man's odd rampage through Long Lake
State Recreation Site was halted when he attacked one of the campers
with a knife and the camper shot him. Police report that around 6
a.m., John Dundas was spinning around the campground’s parking lot
in his pickup truck, annoying other campers. He then began setting
off fireworks, raising the ire of fellow campers. According to
Alaska State Police spokesman Greg Wilkinson, "A bunch of people
came over and say, 'Hey, knock it off.' He says, 'Okay, okay, I
quit. I’ll be good.'" Dundas then reportedly returned to his truck
and pulled a knife from his toolbox and threatened one of the
campers with it. The camper pulled out a handgun and warned the
troublemaker to back away. that’s when Dundas took a swipe toward
the camper with his knife and the camper shot him.
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