STEAMBOAT SPRINGS, Colo. -- A hunting guide is recovering after
being shot by a hunter he was guiding, according to the Steamboat
The newspaper said the guide, Jerry Cox, was on an elk hunt on a
private ranch in Routt County with two hunters and another guide
when he was shot.
The .308-caliber round grazed Cox's back and shoulder.
The hunter, 65-year-old Thomas Scarfe, of Delaware, said he
mistook Cox for a coyote from 120 yards away, the newspaper
reported. The hunter, who had just finished his hunting safety
course two weeks earlier, now faced possible charges of careless
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