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IN - Teen shoots self while hunting

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By Times-Mail

WILLIAMS — A 14-year-old boy was in critical but stable condition at Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis today after accidentally shooting himself while turkey hunting.

Dakota L. Kinser of Williams was shot in the thigh, according to Indiana Conservation Officer Mark Farmer. Lawrence County Sheriff Sam Craig said he was injured with a 12-gauge shotgun.

Kinser was treated at Bedford Regional Medical Center before being taken to Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis. He was listed in critical but stable condition this morning at Methodist, according to a spokeswoman.

Details about the accident were unavailable this morning.

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