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TEEN HUNTER KILLED IN SHOOTING

The boy was hunting with relatives in the Washington County town of Danforth when he was shot.

Maine Warden spokesman Mark Latti says the 15 year old was hunting with his grandfather and uncle this morning.

State Police received a call at around 8 o'clock that someone had been accidentally shot.

He says few details are available.

He says wardens and troopers are on the scene and that he can't yet say whether the shooting was hunting-related.

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