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MN - Man shot while hunting pheasants in N.D.

19 October 2007 - Associated Press

STANLEY, N.D. A Minnesota man is recovering after being shot while hunting pheasants in northwestern North Dakota.

Seventy-four-year-old Donald Hovland of Stillwater is in good condition.

Mountrail County Sheriff Ken Halvorson says Hovland was hunting near Stanley Thursday with his two sons when one of the shotguns accidentally discharged.

The sheriff won't say who was handling the gun at the time. He says his office is still investigating.

The shooting was reported to Minot police around 9:45 p.m. by emergency room workers at Minot's Trinity Hospital after Hovland arrived there.

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