It’s unclear exactly how long Engle physically confronted the masked gunman. During their struggle, Engle was pistol-whipped, police said. At some point in the altercation, the shooter’s gun went off and he was hit with a bullet in the left chest.
This was Engle’s chance.
“Engle, despite his head injuries, ran out to his car in the parking lot and retrieved a pistol,” Nashville police said in a statement. “He held [the gunman] at gunpoint until police arrived.”
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