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Weekend hunting accidents injure two

Posted on Mon, Nov. 07, 2005

Associated Press

STEELE, N.D. - Weekend hunting accidents injured two people in Kidder County, Sheriff Douglas Howard says. Neither injury is considered life-threatening.

Howard said Kristi Rader, 46, of Mandan, was wounded when a rifle being unloaded by her daughter discharged and struck her in the leg.

Rader was taken to Medcenter One hospital in Bismarck. Authorities said she was injured Friday afternoon near Dawson, just two hours after the state's deer hunt season opened.

Howard said a man from Grand Rapids, Minn., was shot in the foot Saturday morning when his gun discharged near Tuttle. He also was taken to Medcenter One. His name and condition were not immediately released.

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