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3rd Michigan hunter dies after shooting himself

November 19, 2011

From MacombDaily.com

MULLET TOWNSHIP - Authorities say a 34-year-old hunter has died after accidentally shooting himself in Cheboygan County.

Det. Lt. Timothy Cook tells the Cheboygan Daily Tribune that the hunter was alone Friday when his gun discharged as he tripped on brush.

The man's name was not immediately released. Relatives found him about 200 feet off a road in Mullet Township, just north of Topinabee.

At least three Michigan hunters have died since the traditional deer season opened Tuesday.

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