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OH: One injured in hunting accident

December 5, 2013

From Advertiser-Tribune.com

A hunter suffered a gunshot wound and was treated at a hospital Tuesday afternoon after a hunting accident in Seneca County.
 
According to reports from the Seneca County Sheriff's Office, a caller from Mercy Willard Hospital reported just after 6 p.m. the hospital was treating a person who was shot during a hunting accident in Seneca County.
 
One hunter was shooting at a coyote between themselves and another hunter when they accidentally shot the second hunter.  

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