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IA: Man injured in deer hunting accident

December 7, 2012

By Dar Danielson, RadioWa.com

A man hunting deer in Madison County Wednesday south of Truro was injured while using an unconventional weapon. Iowa Department of Natural Resources spokesman, Kevin Baskins, says the accident involved a 69-year-old man from Cumming. “In this particular instance we had a gentleman who was on a stand and took a shot at a deer when the muzzleloader he was using exploded,”
Baskins says.
 
The man identified as Theodore Larson lost a thumb in the explosion.

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