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PA: Man dead after hunting accident

December 8, 2013

From AltoonaMirror.com
 
SIDMAN - Police said a middle-aged Cambria County man died after he was shot Saturday in a hunting accident on the 400 block of Seesetown Road in Adams Township.
 
Cambria County Coroner Dennis Kwiatkowski confirmed the death, but few details were available late Saturday. The coroner said his office and the Pennsylvania Game Commission were interviewing nine members of a hunting party about the death.

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