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Old May 1st @ 12:57 pm   #1
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From: In that old blue chair...

Motorcycle: FXB12RR
A woman is shot in both of her legs by her boyfriend in a bizarre hunting accident. Police say he was trying to shoot a hog.

52 year-old Lisa Simmons of Brandon was shot Saturday night in western Flagler County. She's in serious condition at Halifax Medical Center after undergoing surgery.

Police say 52 year-old Steve Egan thought he was shooting at a hog outside the couple's tent. Police say Egan thought he hit the animal but was unable to locate it when he left the tent.

When he heard a noise in the woods, Egan shot at what he thought was the hog.

Instead, Simmons was struck with the .30 caliber rifle bullet, traveling through both of her upper legs.

Woman mistaken for hog, shot by boyfriend in hunting accident | www.wokv.com

Old May 1st @ 12:59 pm   #2
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From: Las Vegas/Summerlin, NV

Motorcycle: 2009 GSXR-1000
HAHA where do you find this stuff!?!?!
Old May 1st @ 01:37 pm   #3
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From: In that old blue chair...

Motorcycle: FXB12RR
Originally Posted by Pcone16 View Post
HAHA where do you find this stuff!?!?!
Called off work for a few days. Been really sick.

I read too damn much.

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