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AL: One person shot in the leg after apparent hunting accident in the Delta

December 24, 2013

From Blog.AL.com

SPANISH FORT, Alabama -- Police are investigating an apparent hunting accident that left one man with a gunshot wound to his leg in the Mobile-Tensaw River Delta, officials said.
Around 12:05 p.m., the Mobile Fire-Rescue Department got a call from a cell phone reporting the shooting.  The caller said he and a friend were hunting on Upper Crabb Creek when one of them was accidentally shot.
They were found approximately 50 feet from the swampy area where they had left their boat, Huffman said.
The victim told authorities he and his friend had been hunting for hogs when his friend accidentally shot him. 

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