Doctors take bullet from child's head

September 18, 1991

Doctors at Johns Hopkins Hospital removed a bullet yesterday from the head of 4-year-old Quantae Maurice Johnson, who was struck by a stray shot in the dining room of his grandmother's East Baltimore home 10 days ago.

The pre-schooler was in stable condition last night and could be released from the hospital in two weeks, a hospital spokeswoman said. The bullet was turned over to police, she said.

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