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OK: Cherokee County Deputies Investigate After Deer Hunter Shot

December 2, 2013

From NewsOn6.com

CHEROKEE COUNTY, Oklahoma -
 
A Green Country man was pierced by a bullet while walking out of the woods on a deer hunting trip. John Mason was shot Friday evening while hunting on public land in the Welling area, east of Tahlequah.
 
The sun had all but set Friday evening, when Bill jumped out of his deer stand, headed toward his son's hunting spot.
 
“It was about 5:37, and I heard two shots,” Bill said.
 
Two shots followed by a scream that’s still ringing in his ears.
 
The bullet pierced John's right arm and shoulder before going out his back.

They didn’t see the shooter, but Bill thinks the shot was taken from the ground no more than 50 yards away.

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