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IN - Man Strangled By Hunting Harness

Man Strangled By Hunting Harness
Investigators: Man Fell From Tree Stand

December 2, 2007

COLUMBUS, Ind. -- A man was killed in a hunting accident in southern Indiana over the weekend.

Investigators said Ronnie Tempest, 52, of Greensburg, was strangled in a hunting harness on Saturday in a wooded area near South Crossing Lane.

Police said they think Tempest was trying to climb into a tree stand when his hunting harness wrapped around his neck, causing him to slip and fall from the tree.

Tempest was part of a group hunting on private property.

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