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Hunting Related Accident Sends One Man to the Hospital

November 21, 2011

By Kate Lusso, WDTV.com

Buck season is officially here, and there have already been a number of hunting related accidents.

In Gilmer County, one man was seriously hurt after his ATV flipped over on top of him Monday morning.

Deputies say Danny Luzader was driving up a hill with a passenger when he apparently crashed.

Luzader was taken to Stonewall Jackson Memorial Hospital with serious injuries.

His passenger was not hurt, but deputies say neither of the men were wearing helmets.

The Gilmer County Sheriff's Department is investigating.

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