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TX - Teen dies on hunting trip

December 19, 2006

GANADO - A 14-year-old Ganado boy, who is described as an avid outdoorsman who never met a stranger, was found unresponsive Saturday near a deer stand during a hunting trip on his family's hunting lease near Lolita.

He was later pronounced dead at Memorial Medical Center in Port Lavaca.

Jackson County Sheriff's Office investigators are trying to determine how Jacob Jay "Jake" Neumann died, but declined Monday to go into details of the case.

"While people have been calling it a hunting accident, it isn't typical of what a person might think," said Darren Stancik, Jackson County Sheriff's Department investigator. "There were no firearms involved. It will probably be a few more days before anyone can make a definite determination in ruling the cause of death."

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