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IN: Hunter shoots self in foot with shotgun after falling

November 17, 2013

From TheRepublic.com

A Marion County man accidentally shot himself in the foot Saturday while deer hunting in a remote area of Jennings County, police said.
 
Tony L. Dotson, 20, was taken by helicopter to Indianapolis for treatment.

Dotson told investigators that he was walking out of a field when he slipped and fell, causing his 12-gauge shotgun to discharge. The foot injury is not believed to be life-threatening.

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