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SC: Man shot, killed in hunting accident

November 3, 2013

From IndexJournal.com

Bradford Phillip Todd, 40, was shot and killed in an apparent hunting accident Friday night in Abbeville.
Todd died of a single gunshot wound.
The S.C. Department of Natural Resources is investigating the incident, which occurred between 6:30-7 p.m. Friday on hunting grounds in the Sumter National Forest, near Cedar Springs Highway. A DNR spokesman said the shooting involved two men who were deer hunting. One of the hunters was lodged in a tree stand, fired a shot and struck the victim, who was on the ground. Capt. Robert McCullough, of the DNR, indicated the shooter called
911 and alerted authorities. He noted the bullet, which struck the victim in the back, was fired from a .300-caliber Winchester Magnum hunting rifle.

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