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OK: Fairland teens recovering from apparent hunting accident

Fairland teens recovering from apparent hunting accident

Dec 02, 2010

Two teens from Fairland, Oklahoma are in the hospital recovering from an apparent hunting accident.

The Fairland police say four teenagers were out hunting and when they crossed a fence, one gun fired.

Authorities say that single shot struck one boy in the arm and a second boy in the arm and chest.

One of the injured teens is at a Springfield, Missouri hospital while the other is in Tulsa.

The Ottawa County sheriff is investigating the shooting.

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