DNR investigating shooting involving two hunters in Manitowoc County

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MANITOWOC COUNTY (WITI) – The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources says it is investigating a shooting involving two hunters in Manitowoc County. This, according to FOX6’s sister station, WLUK in Green Bay.

A DNR warden supervisor says the incident happened Saturday, November 29th on private land near the Clarks Mills area near the village of Valders.

He says a 16-year-old from Reedsville was shooting at a deer in the field with a shotgun.

However, he hit a 24-year-old Brillion man who was in a wooded area.

The Brillion man’s injuries are serious but non life-threatening.

The DNR says both hunters were wearing blaze orange.

Officials say this incident appears to be accidental, but the investigation continues.

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