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Northwest Utah hunter shoots himself in chest
Accident » Man in critical condition.
First Published Oct 20 2012 05:20 pm • Last Updated Oct 20 2012 06:12 pm

A man who was hunting in the Locomotive Springs area south of Snowville accidentally shot himself in the chest with a black powder rifle, according to the Box Elder County Sheriff’s Office.

The 53-year-old Roy man was trying to take the rifle from the back seat of a truck when the gun fired about 10 a.m. Saturday. He was hit in the upper right chest. The man was able to drive himself to an area north of Locomotive Springs and called 911. The man was taken by helicopter to an Ogden hospital in critical condition, the sheriff’s office said in a statement.

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