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UT: Woman accidentally shoots boyfriend on hunting trip

November 20, 2013

From Fox13Now.com

SUMMIT COUNTY, Utah — A man was accidentally shot in the knee by his girlfriend Wednesday morning during a hunting trip in the Elk Ridge area near Oakley.
 
The couple had just finished hunting and were loading their truck when it happened. He said the woman was unloading a Remington Bolt Action Rifle when it accidentally discharged, hitting her boyfriend in the knee.

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