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Teen will recover from gunshot wound

September 22, 2003


Sylvester--A South Georgia teenager accidentally shoots himself, but should be alright.

The Worth County teen is in the hospital recovering from the gunshot wound to his shoulder. Emergency workers in Sylvester received a call around 10:30AM Sunday morning that the boy had been shot.

The boy originally told police that a man shot him. But later admitted he accidentally shot himself, when the gun discharged during target practice.

posted at 11:30AM by dave.miller@walb.com

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