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Woman Survives Blast From Hunting Accident

October 21, 2011

From KPHO.com

A hunting trip went terribly wrong when police said a woman was accidentally shot by her own gun.

The shooting happened late last month in the Kaibab Forest. A 27-year-old woman and her boyfriend were taking down a hunting blind when the gun somehow went off.

The woman was hit in the back and in the side.

Medics rushed her to the hospital. Although her injuries were serious she is expected to survive.

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