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Mr Butler said: "All she was worried about was the ape attacking someone else, especially schoolchildren. It was baring its teeth and looking very vicious.

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I went up the garden to check if it was dead and then shot it through the head to make sure it was. The injured woman, a Mrs Panell, later died from her injuries in hospital after succumbing to blood poisoning and shock. The grandfather, who was called up for service aged 17 and served in France and Belgium, said it was also the only shot he fired with the intention of killing in the war.

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Mr Cook, 52, from Exmouth, said his research revealed the true nature of the volunteer Home Guard, which he believes was misrepresented by classic TV sitcom Dad's Army. He said: "Laurie's is an extraordinary story and just one of the examples of bravery from the Home Guard.

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Friday 29 November Home Guard's only armed operation was to shoot escaped ape A Home Guard unit's only call to arms during the Second World War was to shoot a killer ape after it ran amok in a seaside town, an historian has discovered. Related Articles. Mr Butler's was the only shot fired in anger in the history of the Exmouth Home Guard.

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