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Alderman Hunting Accident

Nikita Hairston

A Hornell Alderman is out of the hospital after suffering an injury in a hunting accident Tuesday.

State Police tell us 43-year old Angelo Sciotti was hunting with several other men off Hungry Hollow Road in Fremont.

When Sciotti went missing, his fellow hunters called the fire department to search for him.

The Hornell Evening Tribune reports Sciotti's buddies found him unconcious at the bottom of a Gorge, where he apparently fell and hit his head on a rock.

Sciotti was taken to Saint James Mercy Hospital, kept overnight for observation, and released today in good condition.

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