Former world boxing champion Hector "Macho" Camacho was shot in the face Tuesday as he sat in a car outside the Puerto Rican capital of San Juan, and doctors said he was in serious condition but expected to survive.
Another man in the car, whose relationship to Camacho wasn't immediately known, died in the attack in which at least one gunman opened fire on their vehicle in the city of Bayamon, according to a statement from police.
Camacho, 50, was rushed to Centro Medico, the trauma center in San Juan, where he was in critical but stable condition, Dr. Ernesto Torres, the hospital director, told reporters.
The bullet apparently struck Camacho's jaw but exited his head and lodged in his right shoulder and fractured two vertebrae, Torres said. The doctor said the boxer could be paralyzed from the shooting.
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