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SD: Man in hospital after hunting accident

October 31, 2012

By Scott Feldman, AberdeenNews.com

A man was admitted to Sanford Aberdeen Medical Center after a hunting accident near Conde.
 
The man was hit with a shotgun pellet that became lodged in his cheek. The man believes the pellet hit him off a ricochet because he was not in the line of sight of the pheasant when another in his party shot.

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