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NH: Man accidentally shot by son while bird hunting

October 13, 2013

From TheRepublic.com

DUMMER, New Hampshire — Conservation officials say a New Hampshire man has been treated and released after being accidentally shot by his son while bird hunting.
 
The New Hampshire Fish and Game Department says 55-year-old David Osgood of Berlin was hit on his right side by bird shot when his son, 24-year-old Cory Osgood of Nottingham, fired his shotgun at a woodcock. The accident took place Saturday in an apple orchard in Dummer.

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