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King George boy recovering from hunting accident

KING GEORGE, VA (WWBT) -

An 11-year-old Virginia boy is recovering from a hunting accident over the weekend.

The Free Lance Star reports the boy accidentally shot himself in the foot while hunting with his father in King George County.

According to the paper, the doctors treated the boy's big toe on his left foot Saturday.

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