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TX: Man shot in hunting accident

December 22, 2012

From TheParisNews.com

A 71-year-old man was in stable condition on Friday after accidently shooting himself with his shotgun.
 
Lamar County Chief Deputy Scott Cass said the man was returning from hunting coyotes at his property on CR 42400. He propped his gun on a fence as he was closing the gate, lost his balance, and accidently grabbed the gun, which went off and struck him in the chest.

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