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MN: DNR officers in the right place, at the right time, with the right equipment

November 19, 2012

From SWMM Hunting.com

Two conservation officers with the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) recently helped rescue a lost hunter in Mille Lacs County.
 
After two hours, they came across the mud covered hunter who was heading back to camp on his ATV.
 
Brian Dziewczynski, 54, had recovered his deer and said he had rolled his ATV while heading back to camp, pinning a leg and an arm under the weight of the ATV.
 
Dziewczynski said it took him nearly three hours to dig himself out from underneath the ATV, only suffering some minor injuries.

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