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Clark County hunter injured

November 20, 2011

From WausauDailyHerald.com

The Clark County Sheriff's Department responded at 7:43 a.m. Sunday, today, to a report of a hunter shot in the town of Thorp about three miles southwest of Thorp.

The initial investigation indicates that one member of a hunting party was shooting at a deer when another hunting party member was shot, according to information from Jim Backus, Clark County Sheriff's Department chief deputy.

The Thorp Fire and Ambulance along with Ministry's Spirit Air responded to the scene. The victim was flown to Ministry St. Joseph's Hospital in Marshfield and the condition is unknown.

The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources in continuing their investigation into this incident.

No other information is available at this time.

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