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Hunter shot in northern Wisconsin, DNR investigating

The initial investigation by the Wisconsin DNR shows that one member of a hunting party was shooting at a deer, when another person in the group was shot.
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The initial investigation by the Wisconsin DNR shows that one member of a hunting party was shooting at a deer, when another person in the group was shot.

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