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MD: Hunting Accident in Dunkirk Leads to Fly Out

November 22, 2012

From SMNewNet.com

On November 22, at 9:50a.m., rescue personal and police were called to the area of Yellow Bank Road in Dunkirk for a report of a gunshot wound.
 
Investigation revealed that a 47 year old male was suffering from a shotgun wound from a hunting accident.
 
The hunter was part of a group hunting rabbits when he was accidentally shot by a juvenile in the same hunting party. The victim was shot with a #6 pellet, which is consistent with the type used for small game.

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