The man is Steve Frappier who said that his MacBook Pro spared his life amidst the Fort Lauderdale shooting. He addressed CNN’s Anderson Cooper specifying his area at the airport when he heard gunfire. He additionally disclosed how he tumbled to the floor to conceal himself. But it is all on account of Steve’s MacBook Pro that his life was spared.
Steve was close to the baggage carousel area when he heard the shots. At his time on the ground, Steve felt something hard hit his back. At the start, Steve thought it was just the luggage tumbling from the area. Much to his dismay, he was hit by a 9 mm bullet.
“The backpack saved my life,” Steve Frappier said, speaking on CNN’s AC360. “I dropped and the backpack was still on my back and I was turned in such a way where that at one point when the shooter shot toward my direction … there was a bullet that ricocheted.”
“The way that it ricocheted and entered my bag. That would have been my back,” agreed Frappier.
Frappier said he had quickly stuffed his laptop into his bag, leaving it open while disembarking from his flight earlier.
“It hit just so through the open backpack, exited, ran through the laptop and the casing and landed in an interior pocket of the backpack,” he said.
Once the entire scene was quieted down, the man saw a bullet had harmed his school-issued MacBook Pro. Steve took his harmed rucksack and MacBook Pro to the FBI, who additionally affirmed that the 9 mm slug was undoubtedly fired from the weapons utilized by the shooter.
This is not the first occasion when an Apple item has spared somebody’s life. What are your thoughts on a MacBook Pro sparing Steve Fappier’s life?