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At Least 4 Men Die While Hunting in MN

November 6, 2011

A fourth hunter has now died since Saturday's firearms deer season opener.

The Kanabec County Sheriff says the latest is a young hunter. He was killed Monday after his gun accidentally went off. His name has not been released.

The other victims include a 51-year-old Sartell man who accidentally shot himself, and a man died of natural causes while hunting in Beltrami County.

Also, a hunter in Hibbing died after his clothes started on fire, while he was trying to light a heater.

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