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Jackson Co Hunting Accidents Injure Two

(KNZA)--Two separate Jackson County hunting accidents Sunday morning left two injured. 

Sheriff Tim Morse says the first happened around 7:40 near Delia, a half-mile north of 118th and B. Roads, when a shotgun accidentally discharged, striking a 15-year-old boy in the leg. He was transported to a Topeka hospital for treatment. At last check, he was listed in stable condition.

Morse says the teen and two other minor boys, including the ten-year-old with the shotgun,  were turkey hunting at the time of the accident. No adults were with them. 

The second accident happened shortly before 11:30 when a man fell from his tree stand, located near Soldier, in the area of 246th and G. Road. 

He was transported by Jackson County EMS to a Topeka hospital for treatment. 

At last check, the man, whose name is not made public, was listed in stable condition. 

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