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Iowa man injures hand in pheasant-hunting incident

October 30, 2011

From KWQC.com

KELLOGG, Iowa (AP) - A Keokuk man has been hospitalized after shooting himself in a hand while hunting pheasants in Jasper County.

The Iowa Department of Natural Resources says 18-year-old Levi Krome was resting his left hand over the barrel of his 12-guage shotgun when it discharged Sunday afternoon at a public hunting area on the north side of Rock Creek State Park.

Krome was taken to a Des Moines hospital.

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