Andalusia Star-News, AL
By Jeremy Godfrey.
A rescue mission, that included the assistance of a state
helicopter, assembled Thursday at approximately 7:30 p.m. on an athletics
field behind Pleasant Home School for a Florida man who was apparently
injured while hunting in the Conecuh National Forest late Thursday
According to several witnesses, Otis Wilson, Jr., of
Pensacola, Fla., fell from a tree where he was reportedly hunting from a
"Apparently he's not doing well," Covington Sheriff
Anthony Clark said while Faith EMS rushed the patient to the field. "I
didn't see the man."
Clark also said he believed Wilson was being transported
to a Pensacola-area hospital.
Wilson had been hunting for approximately two to three
hours on Forrest Road 330 in the Conecuh National Forest, Clark added.
The Sheriff's Department, along with assistance from Faith
EMS in Andalusia, the Dixie Volunteer Fire Department, and a state police
helicopter responded to the scene.
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