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VA: Fancy Gap man killed by his son in New Year's Day hunting accident

January 2, 2013

From Articles.WDBJ7.com

The 13-year-old boy thought he was shooting a deer.
 
CARROLL CO., Va.—
 
A Fancy Gap man was killed by his son in a hunting accident on New Year’s Day when the 13-year-old boy thought he was shooting a deer.
 
Sansford Ray Semones, was about 160 yards away and was not wearing blaze orange when he was shot and killed. 

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