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Two hunting accidents reported

October 18, 2011

From Shoshone News Press

Men wounded by gunshots over the weekend

The Shoshone County Sheriff’s Office reported two unrelated, unintentional shootings from last weekend.

Harry Jose, a 62-year-old from Pennsylvania, shot himself in the foot with his .30-06 hunting rifle, said Undersheriff Rod Plank in a media release. It happened Friday in the Prichard/Murray area while he was unloading his rifle around mid-day after he returned to his vehicle from a morning hunt.

Post Falls resident Travis Armstrong, 19, sustained a wound to the leg and buttock area Saturday, the release states. Details on this case are unavailable and the incident remains under investigation.

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