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The bullet must have come through the car door and lost some of its velocity.'Edward Paine, of South America tour specialists Last Frontiers, told the Daily Telegraph he would 'never recommend self-drives around any of Brazil's large cities, especially for those who don't speak or read Portuguese'.
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Images shown on Brazilian TV showed how another bullet struck the headrest where the mother of three had been sitting, missing her head by inches.
That suggest the British mother-of-three had ducked to avoid being shot again, or was bent over in agony from the first shot that hit her in the stomach when the criminals fired at her a second time.
The gunman shot out the tyres, but apparently he drove the car as fast as he could with four flat tyres to a safe area and to the nearest police station…it could have been so much worse.'She added: 'Obviously I sing his praises but I think he would have been really gutsy.
They were driving a Renault Fluence hire car on the main road from Rio to Santos, near the holiday resort of Angra dos Reis, on Sunday when they stopped to ask where they could buy water, 'agua' in Portuguese.A British mother was shot in Brazil after her family's hire car strayed into a lawless slum following a language mix-up.She was saved when her former paratrooper husband sped to the nearest police station – despite gunmen blasting all four tyres.The bullet missed Mrs Dixon's vital organs and after a two-hour operation to remove it from her bowel she was last night recovering at Japuiba Hospital in Angra dos Reis.
Rodrigo Muchelli, medical director, said: 'The bullet passed straight through her abdomen, and missed the vital organs and arteries.Mr Dixon served five years in the Territorial Army before he became a fireman in Bromley, south-east London, in 1998.