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BOY'S DEATH STILL BEING INVESTIGATED

*Note: "C.A.S.H. has deleted the name of the young victim of hunting, out of respect for his family's request."

WHEC-TV

Updated: 10:44 p.m. ET March 10, 2004

Boy's death still being investigated

Mar. 10 - No charges have been filed in a tragic accident that killed a 14-year-old Livingston County boy.

He was shot inside his home in the Town of Ossian last night.

Sheriff's deputies tell News 10 NBC that a shotgun accidentally went off when the boy and his brothers were shooting at Crows out of a 3rd floor window.

The boy was a ninth grader at Canaseraga Central School.

News 10 NBC talked with the superintendent Wednesday.

He tells us the the boy's name was _____*.

Grief counselors were at the school to help students cope with what happened.

The investigation of the accident is ongoing.

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