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ID: Two hunters wounded in Idaho

October 29, 2012

By Kevin Shaub, KNDO.com

Ada County, ID - Two hunters were wounded in separate accidental shootings on Sunday.
 
The first hunter had rested his rifle on his foot while he climbed into his truck. The rifle discharged, shooting the hunter in the toe.
 
Also Sunday, three hunters were unloading their weapons when one of the guns discharged, the bullet hitting one of them in the ankle. The men were able to wave down Sheriff's deputies and the man was taken to a hospital.

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