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AK: Alaska State Troopers say hunting trip ends in death after accidental shooting

September 2, 2012

From TheRepublic.com

ANCHORAGE, Alaska — A hunting trip ended with the death of 26-year-old Trapper Creek man after another man accidentally shot him.
 
Cody Parry was pronounced dead by Trapper Creek medics after the shooting Saturday night.
 
Parry and 29-year-old Kyle Strong of Wasilla were staying in a cabin off the Parks Highway.
 
The men scouted around Saturday and planned to go moose hunting Sunday.
 
According to troopers, Strong cleaned his rifle and was still working with it when a round discharged around 10:30 p.m. and passed through Parry's leg as he was on the couch.

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