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NH: Monroe hunter, 72, injured in ATV crash; fired shots to attract attention

November 15, 2012

By Bob Hookway, UnionLeader.com

MONROE - A 72-year-old Monroe man lay alongside a trail for hours after the all-terrain vehicle he was riding flipped backward on top of him in the woods Wednesday.
 
In considerable pain, Irving "Big Fella" Lang of Coppermine Road fired three shots into the air, hoping to attract someone's attention.
 
Lang was preparing to go hunting in the woods off Plain Road Wednesday morning when he lost control of the ATV about 9:30 while headed up a steep trail, New Hampshire Fish & Game officials said in a news release.
 
Lang suffered an injured shoulder and ribs.

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