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MN: Man injured in hunting accident

October 22, 2012

From JacksonCountyPilot.com

A Windom man sought medical care for gunshot wounds last week, two days after being shot while hunting in Jackson County.
 
Kyle Miller, 19, was struck with pellets while hunting pheasants south of Windom on Oct. 13.
 
Miller told sheriff’s deputies he was walking up a small hill with other members of his hunting group down below when pheasants flew into the air and the group below fired. Pellets from the gunfire struck Miller.

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