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GA: Crawford Co. Deputies Investigating Fatal Hunting Accident

November 1, 2012

By Amanda Castro, 41NBC.com

CRAWFORD COUNTY, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) – According to a news release, a person was shot on November 1st at approximately 7:34 pm on Lindsey Road near the Monroe County line. Crawford County Coroner Allen O'Neal tells 41 NBC a father accidentally shot his son during a hunting incident.
 
Randy Stone says his brother, Patrick Stone, was in a tree stand hunting when he saw his son, 22-year-old Nathan Stone, in the wooded area.
 
"For some reason my nephew come running down the road right at dark and he wasn't suppose to be there," Stone said. "He [Patrtick Stone] swore it looked like a deer and he shot and he hollered and got down and got to him as quick as he could."
 
Stone says his brother performed CPR on his son until an ambulance arrived and took the young man to Monroe County Hospital where he later died.

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