No Country for Old Men - Chapter VIII: Pages 236 - 247 Summary & Analysis

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Bell leaves the house and heads in the direction of Van Horn. He passes a burning vehicle just west of Fort Stockton, but doesn't stop. He reaches Van Horn just before ten thirty and though he isn't sure what he is looking for, the state police cars with their lights on make for a good beacon. Yellow crime scene tape secures the motel and the local sheriff tells him they had a little shootout. The woman was already dead and two men were taken to hospital by ambulance. It is unlikely that more than one of the two will pull through. The sheriff tells him that none had any identification, but that one of the victims told him that the Mexican started it. Sheriff Bell asks to see the victims and is taken to the clinic where he sadly identifies Moss, knowing he...

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