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WI: Glenwood City man shot by brother during coyote hunt

Glenwood City man shot by brother during coyote hunt

01/31/2011

A Glenwood City, Wis., man accidently shot his 23-year-old brother while hunting coyotes Saturday morning in St. Croix County, police said.

Adam Jeske, 27, shot his brother, Andrew Jeske, in the upper chest while shooting at a coyote being chased by a dog. Andrew Jeske is listed in stable condition at Regions Hospital in St. Paul, police said.

The shooting happened about 10 a.m. as a group hunted coyotes in the area of 300th Street and 130th Avenue in the town of Glenwood. Following the shooting, the hunting party brought Andrew Jeske, also of Glenwood City, out of the woods with a snowmobile and sled. He was taken by ambulance to Baldwin Hospital and later transferred to Regions, according to the St. Croix County sheriff's office.

The incident remains under investigation by the sheriff's office and Wisconsin Department of Natural Recourses.

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