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TX: Kleberg County sheriff: Shooting was a hunting accident

April 6, 2011

CORPUS CHRISTI A shooting Tuesday at the Winn Ranch in northern Kleberg County was a hunting accident, authorities said.

Two men were hunting feral hogs from a truck off Farm-to-Market Road 70 when the driver reached for his weapon and accidentally fired it, said Lt. David Mendoza of the Kleberg County Sheriff Office in a news release.

The driver was taken to Christus Spohn Hospital Memorial where he was treated for a severe wound to his right forearm, Mendoza said. He said the man was in good condition after treatment.

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