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AR - Duck hunter killed

Hunting accident claims life
A duck hunting accident on Saturday morning resulted in the death of a Delaplaine man, according to Randolph County Sheriff Gary Tribble.

Terry Murray, 31, was pronounced dead at the scene when officials arrived in a section of duck woods located in the area of Gumbo Road in Randolph County where the incident was reported to have happened.

Murray was well-known in Lawrence County, and his wife, Stephanie, is a teacher at Walnut Ridge High School. In addition, his brother, Christopher, is a coach and teacher at Hoxie High School.

According to Tribble, the incident is still under investigation by the Randolph County Sheriff's Department and the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission.

Funeral services are set for 1 p.m. today at McNabb Funeral Home in Pocahontas.

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