A 24-year-old Long Beach, Calif., resident was sitting in his car at
a fastfood restaurant when an armed man forced his way into the car.
The carjacker, later identified as Maurice Adams, ordered the victim
at gunpoint to drive to another neighborhood and then robbed him.
While Adams was rooting through the trunk looking for more items,
the victim grabbed his own gun, which was concealed in the glove
compartment, and began to run. Adams opened fire on the victim,
striking him; in turn, Adams was shot multiple times by the victim.
Adams died shortly after arriving at the hospital. The victim, whose
name was withheld for his own protection, was said to be recovering
from his wounds.
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