Gary Dean O’Shaughnessy rescued Kimberly R. Jensen from assault, Sheffield Village, Ohio, December 16, 1992. Ms. Jensen, 27, was in the bank where she worked when a man armed with a gun entered and robbed it. Also in the bank at the time was O’Shaughnessy, 40, physician, who was a customer. As the robber prepared to leave, he grasped Ms. Jensen and, at gunpoint, walked her toward the door, intending to take her as a hostage. O’Shaughnessy followed them to the door, where he volunteered to be taken in Ms. Jensen’s stead. The robber released Ms. Jensen and grasped O’Shaughnessy by the arm. Putting his gun to O’Shaughnessy’s head, he left the bank with O’Shaughnessy and started to flee. After they had run about 250 feet, during which the robber threatened him, the robber released O’Shaughnessy and kept running. He was apprehended shortly by police. During the incident, O’Shaughnessy sustained a contusion to his arm, from which he recovered, and he aggravated previous injury.
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