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Hunter Dies Of Heart Attack

October 11, 2011

From LocalNews8.com

CLARK COUNTY, Idaho -- Tuesday the Clark County Sheriff's Office along with Clark County Ambulance responded to a 911 call of a hunter who had suffered a possible heart attack in the Middle Creek area.

When they arrived they found a 46-year-old man on the ground, his wife performing CPR. Clark County EMT's kept performing CPR until Portneuf's Life Flight arrived to transport the man to the hospital where he was pronounced dead.

The Sheriff's Office says the couple and their two daughters were hunting in the area when the wife shot a 3-point buck, and the group was in the process of recovering the deer at the time of the heart attack.

The identity of the man and his family haven't been released at this time.

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