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AZ: Man shoots brother during turkey hunt

April 30, 2013

From CVBugle.com

FLAGSTAFF -- The Arizona Game and Fish Department in cooperation with the Coconino County Sheriff's Office is currently investigating a hunting accident that took place on April 27.
 
The hunters were brothers in their 40's from Surprise, Arizona and were hunting turkeys southeast of Flagstaff. The hunters were pursuing and calling turkeys when the shooting accident took place. The hunter who was shot in the shoulder with a 12 gauge shotgun was sitting against a tree and wearing camouflage hunting clothes while the other hunter was about 25 yards downhill from that location.

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