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Man Shot in Head in Hunting Accident

Greene Co., Ala.

29 December 2003

Andrea Williams

Thirty-one-year-old Daniel Langford from Tuscaloosa was critically injured after being shot once in the head while on a hunting trip with two friends.

Investigators say the three were deer hunting in the northeastern part of Greene County when the shooting occurred.

A preliminary investigation shows that one of the friends mistakenly thought Langford was a deer.

At last check he was still in critical condition at a Tuscaloosa hospital.  

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