Missionary from Indiana shot dead amid fighting in Cameroon

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(Worthy News) - A missionary from Mishawaka, Indiana, died in northwestern Cameroon after he was shot in the head Tuesday amid fighting between armed separatists and soldiers, investigators said.

Charles Trumann Wesco, who had been in the region for just two weeks, was rushed to the hospital in Bamenda after he was gravely wounded while in his car, hospital director Kingue Thomson Njie said.

“He died in our hospital after all attempts to save his life,” Njie told The Associated Press. [ Source: Fox News (Read More...) ]

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