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Hunting Accident Reported To TWRA

November 17, 2011

From Chattanoogan.com.

A hunting accident in Campbell County was reported to the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency on Wednesday. Wildlife Officer Ken Cutsinger investigated the incident involving Brad Shaneyfelt of Jacksboro.

Mr. Shaneyfelt advised while hunting, he was cleaning mud from the muzzle of his gun when it discharged striking him in the right hand at the thumb. Mr.
Shaneyfelt was transported to UT Hospital.

The incident occurred on TVA property on Campbell County and is still under investigation.

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