This month, NORTHWOOD&RUISLIPnews is taking a look back to the 1990s and a dramatic shooting in Ruislip.
In May 1994, a murder trial was brought to a halt after a defendant accused of hiring a contract killer was shot.
Deith Bridges was one of three who were accused of arranging the death of 38-year-old roofing contractor Graeme Woodhatch.
On May 12, Deith Bridges was leaving the Clay Pigeon pub in Ruislip when a car drew alongside him and shot him in the chest and leg.
Bridges underwent surgery at Hillingdon Hospital to remove a bullet that was said to be lodged near his heart.
Bridges recovered from the incident and the trial resumed a few days later. He was later sentenced to life imprisonment with fellow conspirator Paul Tubbs. Te Rangimaria Ngarimu, a New Zealand woman who was found to have shot Woodhatch four times in the face, was also sentenced.
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