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AR: Magnolia youth dies in Union County hunting accident

February 17, 2014

From MagnoliaReporter.com

The body of Hank, a nine-year-old boy from Magnolia, was sent to the Arkansas Crime Lab in Little Rock for an autopsy after the young hunter was found dead about 8 a.m. Tuesday near Shuler Road in Union County.
 
The child was reported missing late Monday afternoon after he went squirrel hunting about 11 a.m.
 
Chief Deputy Bill Hickman of the Union County Sheriff’s Office said that the apparent cause of death was a hunting accident.  No foul play is suspected.

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