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Hunter Found Dead In Northwestern Minnesota

Norman County authorities say they believe the death of a hunter in northwestern Minnesota was an accident.

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Foley Man Shot While Deer Hunting

A Foley man is going to be okay after he was accidentally shot while deer hunting.

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UPDATE: Sauk Rapids Man In Stable Condition After Getting Shot While Hunting

A Sauk Rapids man is in stable condition today (Monday) after getting shot in the chest while hunting in Todd County on Saturday.

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Sartell Man Hurt in Hunting Accident in Todd County

A 26-year-old Sartell man was hurt in a hunting accident in Todd County. The Sheriff's Department says Daniel Hayes was unloading his gun, when it discharged striking him in the foot.

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14-Year-old Shoots Himself in the Foot While Hunting

A 14-year-old boy accidentally shot himself in the foot while hunting this weekend. The Stearns County Sheriff's Department says the incident happened at about 5:20 p.m. on Saturday in Paynesville Township.

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Teen Hurt After Shooting Self in Foot

A 16-year-old Elk River boy had to be treated at the hospital after a pheasant hunting accident Sunday afternoon. Benton County Sheriff Brad Bennett says deputies were called to a hunting preserve in Glendorado Township at about 3:15 p.m.

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19-Year-Old Dies in Goose Hunting Accident

Authorities are investigating the death of a 19-year-old man in a goose hunting accident near the southern Minnesota town of Danube.

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St. Augusta Man Hurt in Hunting Accident

A 50-year-old St. Augusta man has been hurt in a hunting accident. The Stearns County Sheriff's Department says Daniel Nelson was hunting on his property near County Road 136.

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