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WY: Man Airlifted After Hunting Accident

December 2, 2013

From RivertonRadio.com

A 21-year-old Riverton man was airlifted to Casper after accidentally shooting himself in the leg while duck hunting Sunday morning along the Wind River east of Riverton.
 
The Fremont County Sheriff’s Office says it appears the man lost his footing while walking down an embankment towards the river and dropped his 20-gauge shotgun causing it to go off striking the victim’s right femur.

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