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MT: Superior man killed in hunting accident

October 24, 2012

From MtStandard.com

DILLON — A Superior man was killed Sunday while hunting near Dillon when he was hit by a stray bullet in an apparent accident, County Sheriff Jay Hansen said in a press release.
Edward Anderson, 56, was out with his father-in-law Sunday morning and did not return to their vehicle by noon, as planned. Anderson was found dead by Hansen after a search was begun that evening, the sheriff said. The two were hunting in the Black Mountain area west of Dillon.
Hansen investigated the incident and found that Anderson had died from a single gunshot wound to the chest. He found that the bullet could not have come from Anderson’s gun and was not from anyone in his party.

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