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DNR: Probing Noble Co. hunting accident

October 22, 2012


ALBION — Indiana Conservation Officers are investigating a hunting accident that occurred in Noble County on Saturday.
Terry Tester, 57, of Albion, fell approximately 17 feet from his tree stand Saturday evening.
Tester was hunting in south-central Noble County, approximately one mile north of Merriam.
According to a press release by the Department of Natural Resources, Tester was climbing into his tree stand for an evening deer hunt, when a pair of metal cables snapped, dropping Tester, and the tree stand, to the ground.
Tester was transported to Parkview Whitley Hospital with a non-life threatening, but serious hip injury.

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