A 38-year-old dad had an arrow escape when he was shot through the head by an archery club as he strolled through a park with his two children.
Victim Konstantine Myakush, 38 - from the Russian capital, Moscow - was on a family outing when he was felled by a stray arrow that went right through his skull, say police.
Surgeons who removed the shaft said that if had been just a single millimetre to the left it would have pieced his brain.
"He would have been dead by now. It's a miracle that he survived," said a hospital spokesman.
Archery club officials have suspended an instructor pending an investigation and have agreed to end outdoor practice sessions.
A police spokesman told local media: "It seems that one of the archery club members misfired and unfortunately the arrow...
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