Sunday, September 9, 2012


Pennsylvania Conservation Officers are investigating a shooting incident in Perry County. It seems a 26-year-old man was sitting along a footpath on State Game Land 170, had his back to a tree facing a stream when he felt something hit his left foot after a gunshot. He turned to look and saw a guy running toward the parking area and then a car drive out of the lot. The PGC says it was a "hunting related" accident. It happened Sept. 6. I wonder what the shooter was allegedly hunting? Not doves, which were open, with a small caliber rifle as determined by the foot wound. Only other species open were coyotes, groundhogs and porcupines.

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