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Gun shot damages Jackson home, appears to be hunting accident

November 29, 2011

From LDNews.com

A gunshot, possibly from a hunter, damaged a 71-year-old woman's home Monday afternoon, state police at Jonestown said.

The incident happened at a home on Arbor Drive. State police said a single bullet entered the womans home at 5:30 p.m.

State police said the incident appears to be an accidental shooting. Deer season opened Monday in the state.

State police said anyone with information about the incident should call them at 865-2194.

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