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MN - Excelsior man shot while hunting pheasants

Excelsior man shot while hunting pheasants
Associated Press

Last update: November 15, 2007 – 10:36 AM

CLARKFIELD, Minn. — A Twin Cities man was accidentally shot while hunting pheasant in western Minnesota.

Authorities say 50-year-old Todd James Pedersen of Excelsior was hunting with his son-in-law Wednesday near Clarkfield when the two came to a creek.

The son-in-law crossed the stream first, and Pedersen handed him two 12-gauge shotguns one at a time. As the son-in-law handled the second gun, it went off -- striking Pedersen in the right arm.

Pedersen was taken to a hospital. His condition was not known.

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