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Hunter accidentally shot, wounded in northwest Waukesha County

November 21, 2011

By Myra Sanchick, Fox6Now.com

A Town of Oconomowoc deer hunter was accidentally shot by another person in his hunting party Monday morning.

61-year-old Curtis Weide was struck by a shotgun slug in the upper, left part of his chest. Another member of his hunting party shot and hit him while they were driving deer near near Highway 67 and County Road CW in Waukesha County.

The injuries Weide suffered were not life threatening. He was treated and released from Froedtert Hospital. He also told FOX6 News, "it was no big deal."

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