Maple Grove man shot twice by turkey hunting partner

On their turkey hunting trip to Kansas, the two Minnesota men went out at sunrise and split up. One man shot what he thought was a turkey. As it flailed on the ground he shot a second time before he realized it was his friend. The victim remains hospitalized in Kansas. Family members asked that his condition not be released.
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On their turkey hunting trip to Kansas, the two Minnesota men went out at sunrise and split up. One man shot what he thought was a turkey. As it flailed on the ground he shot a second time before he realized it was his friend. The victim remains hospitalized in Kansas. Family members asked that his condition not be released.

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