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MO: Man killed in hunting accident

November 21, 2012

From KFVS12.com

REYNOLDS COUNTY, MO (KFVS) -
 
According to Reynolds County Sheriff Tom Volner, Sunday morning around 7:30, a group of hunters went out to hunt in the Lesterville area.
 
According to the sheriff, Alfred "Leon" Lorentz, Jr., 50, was shot in the chest and killed by another hunter in his group from about 50 to 60 yards away along the river in a heavily wooded area. It happened off of County Road 372.
 
The shooter told police that he saw a deer earlier in the area and heard movement to his right. He turned and saw what he thought was the white from a deer. He then shot at the white striking the victim. The victim was dressed fully in camouflage with a full white beard.

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