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TWO HUNTERS SHOT OVER THE WEEKEND

Details on weekend deer hunting accidents released

DES MOINES Two hunters, shot in separate incidents over the weekend while hunting deer, remain hospitalized in serious condition tonight.

Twenty-four-year-old Gabriel Roy Snakenberg, of Eldora, was shot in the shoulder as he sat in a pickup truck at about 2 p-m yesterday (Sunday). Iowa Department of Natural Resources officials say the shotgun slug entered one side of Snakenberg's neck and exited the other side

Authorities also continue to investigate the shooting of 22-year-old Matt Eden, of Robins, who remains hospitalized after being hit by a slug at around noon Saturday near Palo, in northwest Linn County.

He also is in serious condition at University Hospitals.

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