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VA: Possible hunting accident probed

Possible hunting accident probed

November 22, 2010

WAVERLY - Authorities are investigating a possible hunting accident this morning in Wood County.

Ambulances and officers with the West Virginia Department of Natural Resources have been dispatched to the Brierwood area off W.Va. 2 north of Parkersburg, a spokesman with Wood County 911 said.

Additional details were unavailable.

Today is the first day of gun deer season in West Virginia. The state estimates more than 280,000 hunters will be in the state for the two-week season.

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