Plumber, 32, was inadvertently shot and murdered by a dog

The singer, plumber, and family guy whose body was discovered in Kansas on Saturday after he was accidently killed by a dog stepping on the trigger of his gun has been identified.

Joseph Smith (pictured), 32, from Wichita was found near the hamlet of Geuda Springs, 50 miles south of Wichita and home to 194 people just north of the Oklahoma border. Sheriffs believe he died at around 9:40am
Joseph Smith, 32, from Wichita was discovered near the hamlet of Geuda Springs, 50 miles south of Wichita and home to 194 people just north of the Oklahoma border, after he was mistakenly shot by Smith’s dog. Sheriffs estimate that he died at 9:40 a.m.

“A dog belonging to the pickup’s owner stepped on the rifle, causing it to fire,” the sheriff’s office stated.

The bullet struck the passenger, who succumbed to his wounds at the scene.

This week, Chris Brown, the owner of Brown’s Plumbing Services and Smith’s boss, recalled Smith. He added, “Joe is without a doubt the most singular person I have ever had the pleasure of meeting.” Everyone from all walks of life loved him equally.

Joseph Smith (pictured), 32, was discovered near the hamlet of Geuda Springs, located 50 miles south of Wichita and home to 194 people just north of the Oklahoma state line. Sheriffs estimate that he died at 9:40 a.m.

Brown has created a GoFundMe page on behalf of the family to assist with funeral and memorial expenses.

He continued, “No matter how bad or stressful my or our day was, Joe always had something to cheer us up.” “I have been a plumber for a very long time and have met many, many different men, but I have never met another Joe, and I am confident I will not.”The Kansas hunter who was found dead Saturday after he was accidentally killed when a dog stepped on the trigger of his rifle has been identified and remembered as a musician, plumber and family manBrown has begun a GoFundMe on behalf of the family in order to help with the funeral and memorial costs

Jen, Smith’s sister, gave her own remembrance: ‘Joseph Smith was an extraordinary man. He was loving, witty, intelligent, and compassionate. Every time he entered the room, he brought a grin to someone’s face. Either because he is a goofball or because his presence makes everything better.’

It was not difficult to love Joe since he always made you feel special and never ended a chat without expressing his affection. Joe will be sorely missed by so many people. He was a wonderful companion, worker, cousin, brother, son, and dog owner. We have loved and lost a great individual. Joseph, May You Rest in Peace.

Photos depict Smith as a musician in addition to a plumber and an obsessive dog lover.

Over $9,000 of the $20,000 goal has been raised as of Tuesday, allowing Joe’s family to grieve without the burden of financial worry, according to Brown.

Their thoughts match those of a buddy who defended Smith on social media after the tragic, unintentional gunshot was criticized by many before he was identified.

The musician, plumber, and family man whose body was discovered in Kansas on Saturday when a dog stepped on the trigger of his firearm has been recognized and remembered.

Smith’s supervisor, Chris Brown, owner of Brown’s Plumbing Services, wrote: ‘Joe is without a doubt the most unique person I’ve ever had the pleasure of meeting. He was cherished by individuals from all walks of life.

Brown has created a GoFundMe page on behalf of the family to assist with funeral and memorial expenses.

He added, “To all the comedians and weapons experts here: This boy was my friend, and his father and I were best friends for over two decades.”

These statements are offensive.

“I know this family very well and cannot express how terribly their hearts are hurting at this time. Disgraceful.

Pet shootings are uncommon, but not unheard of.Smith's sister Jen added her own remembrance: 'Joseph Smith was a truly amazing man. He was kind, funny, smart, and very loving. Every time he walked through the door, he would make someone smile. Either from being a goofball or just his natural presence making everything better'

In November, a 32-year-old man in Turkey was reportedly shot and killed by his own dog, who stepped on the shotgun’s trigger and fired at him.

According to Newsweek, Ozgur Gevrekoglu was slain while hunting with a companion on the Kizlan Plateau in the Samsun Province of Turkey, as reported by the Turkish newspaper Turkiye.

Jen, Smith’s sister, gave her own remembrance: ‘Joseph Smith was an extraordinary man. He was loving, witty, intelligent, and compassionate. Every time he entered the room, he brought a grin to someone’s face. Either because he is a kook or because his inherent presence makes things better.

Photos depict Smith as a musician in addition to a plumber and dog enthusiast.

The proprietor of Brown’s Plumbing Services, where Smith worked, honored Smith.Photos show Smith as not only a plumber and avid dog lover, but a musician

The rifle fired at Gevrekoglu from a short distance when the dog’s paw touched the loaded weapon while the owner was loading his dog into the car.

After the event, he was transported to the hospital, where he was subsequently pronounced dead.

And in 2015, an Indiana woman named Trigger was shot in the foot by her dog.

During a waterfowl hunt at Tri-County Fish and Wildlife Area, Allie Carter, 25, placed her 12-gauge shotgun on the ground without the safety engaged, according to Indiana conservation officer Jonathon Boyd.

Boyd said Chocolate Labrador retriever Trigger stepped on the shotgun and pulled the trigger.

According to him, Carter was shot at point-blank range in the left foot, incurring injuries to her foot and toes.

She was treated and released from two hospitals.


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