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NY: Woman Recovering After Hunting Accident

Woman Recovering After Hunting Accident Woman's Gun Accidentally Goes Off

POSTED: 10:34 am EST November 24, 2008
UPDATED: 10:58 am EST November 24, 2008

BRUSHTON, N.Y. -- A Franklin County woman is recovering after her gun accidentally went off while she was hunting.

Police said Cree Landis, 25, of Brushton, was hunting in a wooded area off River Bend Avenue on Sunday afternoon when her Remington 308 discharged.

Landis was wounded in the abdomen and taken to a hospital, where she went into surgery, investigators said.

Police said that her injuries are not life-threatening.  

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