Hunter gets two deer in one shot

Bob Schuder, hunting north of Grand Rapids, had gotten down from his stand and was inspecting a deer he shot when he realized things didn't quite look right.
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Bob Schuder, hunting north of Grand Rapids, had gotten down from his stand and was inspecting a deer he shot when he realized things didn't quite look right.

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