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TX: Hunting accident kills father, teen son

Greenbelt Lake accident kills father, teen son

Jan. 13, 2009

AMARILLO, Texas - A father and son from Amarillo died in a lake accident during a hunting trip in the Texas Panhandle.

Donley County Sheriff Butch Blackburn says 17-year-old Hotan Ahnood used a kayak to go onto Greenbelt Lake to retrieve a bird, then the small vessel capsized.

The youth's father, 46-year-old Bashir Ahnood, went into the water to try to save his son.

The accident happened Saturday, a day when temperatures were below freezing. The bodies were recovered Sunday.

Greenbelt Lake is about 50 miles southeast of Amarillo.

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