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SC: Hunting Accident Leaves One Person Dead

Hunting Accident Leaves One Person Dead

POSTED: 7:28 am EDT October 12, 2008
UPDATED: 11:04 am EDT October 12, 2008

CHESTER CO., S.C. -- Deputies in Chester County, S.C., are investigating a deadly hunting accident.

Authorities said a father and son were hunting in Sumter National Forest at about 7 p.m. Saturday.

Investigators said either the father or son shot at what they thought was a deer, but it turned out to be a person.

Deputies have not released the victimís name, and spent the evening interviewing the father and son.

Deputies said the incident is being investigated by the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources.

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