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MN: Duluth Man Injured In Hunting Accident

Duluth Man Injured In Hunting Accident

October 9, 2009

A Duluth grouse hunter sustained a serious injury Thursday when his gun accidentally discharged.

The sixty year old victim had been hunting with his brother near Highway four and the Brimson Road. After they returned to their vehicle the hunter attempted to unload his 4 -10 gauge pistol when it fired striking him in the leg.

He received assistance from a passerby who applied a tourniquet to stop the bleeding while emergency responders were called. He was airlifted to St. Luke's Hospital.

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