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SD: More hunting accidents in South Dakota in 2009

March 21, 2010

More hunting accidents in South Dakota in 2009

PIERRE, S.D. (AP) - Most of the 37 hunting-related accidents in South Dakota last year occurred during the pheasant hunting season.

In addition, the state Game, Fish and Parks Department reported one death from a heart attack during a pheasant hunt, and one injury that occurred during recreational trap shooting.

The number of accidents last year topped the 20-year average of 32. It included two cases in which hunters fell when a tree stand collapsed.

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