TX: Dallas man injured in hunting accident
Dallas man injured in hunting accident
Friday, May 08, 2009
A Dallas man was injured in a hunting accident Sunday after a gun
Robert Ramage, 42, suffered a gunshot wound to the arm when the ATV he
was occupying hit a bump, causing the rifle to discharge.
According to Stephens County Sheriff Dan Young, the rifle was loaded and
was placed in a gun carrier on the ATV.
Ramage and three other Dallas men occupied to ATV as they were heading
back to their camp, located off FM 1481, just east of Highway 183.
Ramage was transported by Air Evac to Baylor Medical Center.
Chief Deputy Billy Wade, Sheriff's Deputy Caleb Hodges and the
Breckenridge Fire Department also responded to the scene.
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