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Bradenton child with gunshot wound expected to fully recover

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The duplex at 625 61st Ave East in Bradenton where the toddler shot himself in the knee, police said The duplex at 625 61st Ave East in Bradenton where the toddler shot himself in the knee, police said
MANATEE COUNTY, FL (WFLA) -

Manatee County Sheriff's Office deputies told us Bradenton child who sustained gunshot wounds to his knee Tuesday will stay at All Children's Hospital for a few more days but will fully recover.

MCSO deputies and Crimes against Children detectives investigate the shooting that occurred at 625 61st Avenue in Bradenton. According to the police report, Kevin Davis Jr. was outside in front of the house by himself. His mother and five other adults were in the house when they heard a shot and walked out to find the boy with a gunshot wound to his knee, deputies said.

The gun was on the ground next to him, deputies told us. Davis Jr. was transported to Manatee Memorial Hospital and later to All Children's Hospital for evaluation. Doctors expect him to fully recover, deputies told us. 

There is no information whether the gunshot was self-inflicted or where the gun came from. No criminal charges are filed at this time. Stay with wfla.com for more on this.

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