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OH: Sheriff: Man injured while hunting

December 7, 2009

Sheriff: Man injured while hunting

GREEN CREEK TOWNSHIP -- A person who had been shot in a hunting accident was taken to The Bellevue Hospital.

According to a Sandusky County sheriff's report, a man who called in about 12:20 p.m. Friday said he needed help for his son who had been shot accidentally. A sheriff's deputy assisted an officer with the Ohio Department of Natural Resources to the scene.

The man called from the 400 block of Maple Street in Clyde.

No other information was available at the sheriff's office Sunday.

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