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NM: Father and son hunters both dead

November 1, 2013

From Articles.DailyPilot.com

Trip to New Mexico ends in tragedy after the younger man gets separated from hunting party. Dad suffers heart attack.
A father and son from Orange County have both died after their hunting trip to New Mexico went tragically awry last month.
The son, Steve Lockhart, 43, of Costa Mesa, was separated from the hunting party in Gila National Forest about midnight Oct. 20, according to New Mexico law enforcement officials.
Lockhart died Sunday, shortly after he was found alive a week after he disappeared.
But Lockhart was still in the rugged wilderness and suffering from a head injury that appeared to have been caused by a fall, Catron County Undersheriff Ian Fletcher said.
Lockhart's father, Ray Lockhart, 70, of Huntington Beach, died before his son was found.

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