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November 16, 2009

One Hurt in Hunting Accident

A Newburgh man is recovering following a weekend hunting accident. Indiana Conservation Officers say William McCune was deer hunting Saturday morning near Princeton in Gibson County when his 44-caliber handgun went off. The round hit McCune in the inner part of his upper right leg and it went out the other side of his leg. He was able to climb down from his tree stand and contact his hunting partner, who called for help. Investigators say they aren't sure why the firearm went off.

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