A guy was unfortunately shot and eliminated in a strange hunting mishap — one where his dog apparently shot while they were driving.
The 32-year-old Wichita, Kansas local was eliminated Saturday according to the Sumner County Sheriff’s workplace … which informed regional outlet KWCH the hunter’s dog stepped on the rifle while it remained in the rear seats, triggering it to release in the owner’s instructions.
The workplace states polices reacted to the location — north of Geuda Springs — and discovered the male in the front seat … they began CPR instantly according to reports, however he was noticable dead at the scene. It’s uncertain if the animal was hurt at all while doing so.
The occurrence marks the second reported hunting mishap we’ve covered in as lots of weeks … TMZ broke the story, a household’s dog was unfortunately shot and eliminated by hunters that misinterpreted it for a wolf.
Jennifer Heller, owner of the late 8-year-old malamute, informed us she consulted with the Game Commissioner after the puppy’s death — trying to find methods to avoid catastrophes like this in the future.
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