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TX: Surgery scheduled for teen shot by dad

January 2, 2013

By Carol Christian, Chron.com

A Houston-area teenager whose father accidentally shot him while hunting in Waller County was scheduled for leg surgery Thursday afternoon, officials said.
 
The accident happened about 5:45 p.m. Wednesday, as darkness was falling on the 10-acre tract where the two were hunting in separate blinds, Davis said.
 
They were preparing to leave when the father saw what he thought was a deer and shot his son from a distance of about 150 to 200 yards, Davis said.

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