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Martinsville Man Injured in Deer Hunting Accident
By Joe Ulery

11/24/2008

A Martinsville man who went deer hunting Saturday ended up at Methodist Hospital after accidentally shooting himself with his muzzleloader.

The Department of Natural Resources says 29 year-old James Dewey of Martinsville was shot in his hand, stomach and shoulder when he stepped off a tree stump and onto his gun's hammer at the Morgan Monroe State Forest. Dewey was transported to Methodist Hospital and is in stable condition.  

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