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TEEN KILLED IN HUNTING ACCIDENT

A Greeneville teen was killed Monday morning in a hunting accident after his hunting partner accidentally shot him in the head.

Fifteen-year-old Troy Allen Willett the second was squirrel hunting with 14-year-old Shadric Henry when the accident happened.

Police say Willett was 20 to 25 feet down range from Henry when Henry attempted to shoot a moving squirrel.

Henry told police he accidentally shot Willett in the head.

Police detective John Huffine says no foul play is suspected.

Willett's body has been taken to the Quillen College of Medicine for an autopsy.

6/1/2004 4:37:02 PM

Reporter: Copyright Associated Press

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