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WV: Firefighters rescue elderly hunter

November 25, 2013

From WVNSTV.com

An accident that happened on the first day of hunting season in Raleigh County required rescuers to cut a road to get the victim out of the woods.
 
James Cruey, 63, of Helen, was helping his grandson pull a deer out of the
woods when the ATV he was riding rolled over on him.    According to Cruey's
daughter, who contacted 59News, her father has broken ribs and possibly further injuries.

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