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ND: Bismarck man injured in hunting accident

November 9, 2010

BISMARK, N.D. (AP) - A Bismarck man was flown to a Minot hospital for treatment after a weekend hunting accident.

A spokeswoman at Minot's Trinity Hospital on Tuesday said she had no information to release on 20-year-old William Jacobs.

State wildlife officials tell the Bismarck Tribune that Jacobs was returning from a hunt in the Twin Buttes area Saturday afternoon and a shotgun he was removing from a vehicle went off, hitting him in the side of the stomach.

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