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US Michigan man shoots his brother in deer hunting accident, police say

21:15  17 november  2019
21:15  17 november  2019 Source:   usatoday.com

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The man , realizing he shot his brother , a 28-year-old, and not the deer , immediately called 911. The injured brother was flown to a hospital where he is This wasn't the only hunting accident as the season opened in Michigan . Police say two boys ages 4 and 6 were injured when a gun discharged

A man shot his brother after mistaking him for an injured deer in a hunting accident in Michigan on Saturday. The incident occurred after the men went looking for a deer that one brother had shot earlier with a muzzle-loading rifle, reported the Ionia County Sheriff's Office on its Facebook page.

DETROIT – One Michigan brother accidentally shot another while hunting together on Saturday, police said.

At around 5:30 p.m. deputies responded to a field in Boston Township, Michigan for a report of an accidental shooting.

The brothers were looking for a deer that one of the brothers had shot earlier but became separated during a search in the dense corn, the sheriff's office said.

One brother, a 29-year-old, thought he saw and heard the deer moving and fired his muzzle loading rifle. The man, realizing he shot his brother, a 28-year-old, and not the deer, immediately called 911.

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A man shot his brother after mistaking him for an injured deer in a hunting accident in Michigan on Saturday. The incident occurred after the men The shooter , a 29-year-old man from Saranac, told authorities that he believed he saw the deer moving and fired, but after firing realized he had struck

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The injured brother was flown to a hospital where he is listed in serious but stable condition.

The investigation is ongoing.

The deer was not located.

This wasn't the only hunting accident as the season opened in Michigan. Police say two boys ages 4 and 6 were injured when a gun discharged while their father was preparing to go hunting.

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