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ID: Idaho girl, 10, shot in face in hunting accident

November 5, 2013

From The Times-News.com

The child reportedly fell while carrying a .bolt-action 410 shotgun
 
BURLEY, Idaho — A 10-year-old girl who was hunting with family members Sunday near Lake Walcott was shot in the face when she fell while carrying a .bolt-action 410 shotgun.
 
Cedar Glaesemann was taken by ambulance to Minidoka Memorial Hospital, said Cassia County Undersheriff George Warrell.

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