Hunting Accident In Sheboygan County
On Sunday, November 24, 2013, at approximately 1000 hours, the Sheboygan County Sheriff’s Office received a cellular 911 call. The caller reported that a 52 year old Cascade man had been accidently shot in the back of a leg while deer hunting in a stand. The incident occurred in the Town of Lyndon, an area described as a half mile west of Cth E and south of Cth U.
Cascade First Responders, Cascade Fire Department, Plymouth Ambulance Officers of the Sheriff’s department, and Department of Natural Resources were dispatched to the scene. Responders were assisted by the hunting party.
Once the victim was located by responding services, the victim was transported out of the hunting area using the Cascade Fire Department 6x6 vehicle. He subsequently was transported to Aurora Medical Center in Grafton. The injuries do not appear life threatening at this time.
The investigation is ongoing and will being completed by the Department of Resources. All further information will be released by that agency.
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