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Hunter Shot On First Day Of Ohio Deer Gun Season

November 29, 2010

Hunter Shot On First Day Of Ohio Deer Gun Season Ohio Division Of Wildlife Investigates Carrollton Incident

CARROLL COUNTY, Ohio -- A Carrollton man is being treated at Aultman Hospital after he was shot in the leg by a fellow hunter Monday afternoon.

According to the Ohio Division of Wildlife, Stephen Dowell, 46, was shot just after 4 p.m. while hunting in the southeastern corner of the county.

Rescuers used all-terrain vehicles to carry Dowell from the woods to a waiting medical helicopter. His condition was not immediately available.

A wildlife officer told NEWS9 charges could be filed, but that will not be determined until the investigation is complete.

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