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TN: Williamson authorities report Columbia hunter killed when he falls from deer stand

November 13, 2012

From TheRepublic.com

COLUMBIA, Tenn. — Williamson County authorities say a hunter has been killed in a fall from a deer stand.
 
The death of 49-year-old Kerry Seiber of Columbia was accidental. Seiber's family began looking for him when he didn't return Saturday from a hunting trip to Williamson County.
 
His body was found below a homemade tree stand that sits 23 feet off the ground. His gun was hanging on a hook in the stand.

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