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Moorhead man shot accidentally by daughter while hunting

Star Tribune
November 07, 2006

CLIMAX, Minn. - A Moorhead man was recovering Monday after his daughter accidentally shot him while hunting deer, authorities said.

Joe Ingvalson hunted with his daughter, father and brother over the weekend near Climax when he was shot after the hunting party scared up an injured doe Sunday evening.

The bullet from the daughter's rifle hit Ingvalson in his left shin, exiting the other side on a downward path. The bullet then ricocheted upward and lodged in his inner right thigh. Ingvalson's father drove him to a hospital in Crookston.

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