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OK: Boy blinded in hunting accident

November 14, 2013

From CurrentArgus.com

It's a miracle that Dalton Lile (age 14) is alive.

During a September dove hunting trip in the backwoods of Dibble, Oklahoma, the teenager was accidentally shot in the face by a friend standing just a few feet away.
 
Dalton was hospitalized with gruesome injuries. The buckshot tore through the artery in his neck and completely destroyed his left eye, which was removed.

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