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At least 6 injured hunting pheasants in N.D.

October 11, 2010

At least 6 injured hunting pheasants in N.D.

DICKINSON, N.D. - North Dakota wildlife officials say at least six men were injured during the opening weekend of pheasant hunting season.

The Dickinson Press reports that the North Dakota Game and Fish Department had reports of four hunters wounded Saturday and two others on Sunday.

The names of the men weren't immediately released. They were taken to hospitals for treatment, then released.

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