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MT: Hunter recovering after rescue from back country

November 6, 2012

From MTStandard.com

A 65-year-old hunter is recovering in a Bozeman hospital after being seriously injured when he was thrown from his horse while hunting south of Ennis.
 
John Chepulis suffered a collapsed lung and other injuries after falling from his horse Oct. 30, while hunting in the Shedhorn drainage in the Lee Metcalf Wilderness, southwest of Bozeman, according to Madison County Sheriff David Schenk.

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