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Bloody scene in Birdsboro Hunting accident reported

Monday, January 26, 2009 7:32 PM EST

BIRDSBORO Police in Berks County are investigating a reported hunting accident Monday night.

A bloodied man was taken by ambulance from the Birdsboro Police Station, a witness said.

According to WFMZ, a man drove up to the station at 202 E. Main St. to report a hunting accident. His hunting partner had been accidentally shot somewhere along Hay Creek near the Route 82 detour in Robeson Township, the television station reported.

A call placed to the Birdsboro Police Station was referred to Robeson. A Berks County police dispatcher said further updates could be forthcoming later Monday evening.

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