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Clear Lake man wounded in hunting accident, in fair condition

November 5, 2011

From SCTimes.com

CLEAR LAKE —A 45-year-old Clear Lake man was shot in the forearm Saturday afternoon in what authorities say was a hunting-related accident.

About 2:08 p.m. Saturday, Sherburne County deputies were called to River Road and 95th Avenue in Clear Lake Township.

They found Kurt Goenner with a single wound from a shotgun slug, according to a statement issued by the sheriff’s office.

The slug was fired from a shotgun used by Dana Hartung, 40, also of Clear Lake. No criminal charges are expected, the sheriff’s office said.

Goenner was in fair condition at St. Cloud Hospital Saturday night.

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