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OR: Woman wounded in apparent hunting accident

November 2, 2013

From KOMOnews.com

SCAPPOOSE, Ore. (AP) — A northwest Oregon sheriff says a 24-year-old St.
Helens woman out hunting with a friend suffered a severe leg wound in an apparently accidental shooting.
 
Lindsay Roub was wounded Friday afternoon when the rifle she had been carrying discharged as she was handing it to her hunting partner.
 
Roub and 39-year-old Raymond Ozias of St. Helens had been hunting in a rural area a few miles west of Scappoose.
 
They reportedly were walking down a steep hill in pursuit of a buck. The rifle discharged as Roub asked her friend to take her weapon so she could climb down.

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