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Moorhead man dies in hunting accident

Associated Press
October 16, 2006

WATERTOWN, S.D. -- The body of a Moorhead, Minn., man has been found days after he apparently died of a hunting accident, according to the Day County Sheriff's Office.  The body of Andrew Snaza, 22, was found Friday near Roslyn.

Investigators said it appears he died of an accidental gun discharge.

Snaza was originally from Day County, in northeast South Dakota, but was most recently living in Moorhead, Minn.

He likely died Oct. 7. An area resident told the sheriff's office that Snaza's vehicle had been parked in the same spot for a number of days, which prompted the search that led to the discovery of his body.

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