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Hunter Safe After ATV Accident Left Him Stranded

November 13, 2011

From KEZI.com

PHILOMATH, Ore. -- A hunter is safe after going missing Saturday afternoon.

The hunter, 52-year-old Donald Hamilton of Philomath, had a wreck on his ATV. It rolled over him and pinned him under the vehicle. Hamilton eventually freed himself, but wasn't able to get help. Search and Rescue crews found him early Sunday morning east of Eddyville. He was cold, sore, and needed minor medical attention.

The sheriff's office says this accident is a good reminder for hunters to always go out with a partner in case of an emergency.

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