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2 die in weekend deer hunting accidents

November 20, 2011

TheMoreheadNews.com

A Morehead chiropractor and a Winchester man are dead as a result of weekend deer hunting accidents in Bath County.

Kenneth W. Eades, Jr., 57, of Winchester, died Saturday night at St. Claire Regional Medical Center after his ATV struck a metal gate in the Daniel Boone National Forest, also near Salt Lick.

Rowan County Coroner John P. Northcutt said Eades was exiting the woods after deer hunting when his four-wheeler struck the gate on White Sulphur Forestry Road.

The accident happened about 5:45 p.m. and Eades was pronounced dead of blunt force trauma at 7:17 p.m. at the hospital.

The case remains under investigation by Northcut and Bath County Deputy Sheriff Johnny Botts.

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