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Hunting Related Death Reported In Taylor County MetroNews Taylor County

November 22, 2011

From WYMetroNews.com

 A heart attack claimed the life of an Ohio man on the first day of West Virginia's buck hunting season.

Officers with the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources Law Enforcement Section say the 68 year old Killbuck man died while deer hunting in the Wilson Ridge area of Taylor County.

Early reports indicate the man had a heart attack Monday while dragging a deer.

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