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IN: Man injured in tree stand accident on first day of hunting season

November 17, 2012

From 14News.com

An Odon man was taken to the hospital after a tree stand accident Saturday morning on the opening day of Indiana's deer firearms season.
 
Indiana Conservation Officers say that 36-year-old Philip L. Knepp had just climbed into a fixed position tree stand and when he heard something 'pop'.
Officers say the stand gave way, and Knepp fell approximately 25 feet.
 
Knepp was treated for back injuries.

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