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ND - Driver Hit By Bullet

Driver Hit By Bullet
Nov 9 2007 11:08PM
KXMCTV Minot

The deer hunting season began in North Daktoa at noon today - and we've had our first report of what appears to be a hunting-related injury.

An official with the Minot Police Department has confirmed a man driving on Highway 83 near the Glenburn turnoff was hit in the leg by a stray bullet around 5 o'clock this afternoon.

The man was able to drive to just north of Minot, where he pulled over, was picked up by an ambulance and taken to Trinity Hospital.

There's no word yet on his condition.

Officials with the Bottineau County Sheriff's Department are investigating the incident, but were not available to provide the name of the person injured in the accident. We hope to have more information for you tomorrow on KX News at six.

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