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TX: Hunting accident victim in critical condition

September 4, 2012

By Steve Nash, BrownwoodTX.com

Gary Johnson, the Dallas-area man who accidentally shot himself while dove-hunting Monday near Bangs, is in critical condition at Scott and White Memorial Hospital in Temple, a hospital spokesman said.
 
Johnson, 60, had just shot a dove on rural property off FM 586, about a mile south of Bangs, and was trying to retrieve the bird when when his shotgun accidentally discharged, sheriff's officials said earlier. Johnson was struck in the abdomen by 12-gage birdshot and was flown by an Air Evac Lifeteam helicopter to the Temple hospital.

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