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The First 2011 WV Deer Hunting Season Accident

November 23, 2011

By Todd Baucher, WTAP.com

The first accident in our area from the 2011 West Virginia deer hunting season has been reported by authorities.

Lieutenant Stan Hickman of the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources says a 34-year-old Massilon, Ohio man was injured Tuesday, when he fell from a tree stand while hunting near Big Root Road in Calhoun County.

He was hospitalized in Calhoun County, but was expected to be transferred to a hospital in his home town.

Lieutenant Hickman says the victim, whose name is not being released, suffered a collapsed lung and broken ribs in the mishap.

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