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IA: Hunter shot in throat

Man injured in hunting accident in NW Iowa
11/3/2008, 8:49 a.m. EST
The Associated Press

HOLSTEIN, Iowa (AP) A Michigan man is recovering after being wounded while pheasant hunting in northwest Iowa.

State officials say Robert Grace, of Holly, Mich., was shot in the throat while hunting with five others near Holstein (HOL'-steen) on Saturday. The Iowa Department of Natural Resources says he was treated for two shotgun pellets in the throat and released from the hospital.

The agency says the hunters were in a field when a pheasant flew up and Grace was shot.  

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