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Man Hospitalized After Hunting Accident

December 27, 2011

From WJHG.com

The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation commission is investigating a Tuesday afternoon hunting accident.

The unidentified hunter called the Gulf County Sheriff's office he had shot himself in the arm while he was hunting in the Pleasant Rest Cemetery. He was able to drive himself to Overstreet Road where he met a Gulf County ambulance.

He was transported to Bay Medical Center, the investigation will be handled by FWC. The victim's identity and further details of the mishap were not immediately available.

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