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LANCASTER COUNTY MAN SHOT WHILE HUNTING

POSTED: 10:42 am EST December 13, 2004

COLERAIN TOWNSHIP, Pa. -- State police said a Lancaster County hunter was shot by another hunter early Saturday morning in Colerain Township, in southern Lancaster County.

Police said a 41-year-old hunter shot his gun before the legal start of the hunting day. That was the shot that allegedly killed Richard Flood, 45, of Kirkwood.

His family describes Flood as an avid hunter who was always very safety conscious.

An autopsy is scheduled for Monday.

After that, investigators will present their case to the district attorney who will decide if charges will be filed.

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