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MN: Rochester man hurt in deer hunting accident

November 15, 2009

Rochester man hurt in deer hunting accident

DULUTH -- A deer hunter from Rochester was badly injured Friday morning after being accidentally shot in the left forearm.

Greg Reich, 47, was hunting near the Ash River Trail near International Falls when a gun accidentally discharged, striking him in the upper forearm.

Reich was taken to a hospital in International Falls, then airlifted to St. Mary's Medical Center in Duluth.

The St. Louis County Sheriff's Office says the accident remains under investigation.

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