JAMESTOWN, ND (trfnews.i234.me) We have an update regarding a late Friday night shooting near Jamestown, North Dakota. A man has now been life-flighted to a Fargo hospital, after being accidentally shot while hunting coyotes. The victim is from Moorhead. The shooter is from Jamestown.
– Shooting was reported around 11:30 pm on Friday night, 8 miles west of Jamestown.
– Two individuals were hunting coyotes together.
– They shot at a coyote, ran after it, and in doing so, one of them was shot by the other.
– The 26-year-old male was hit in the pelvic area and was transferred by air to Fargo.
– It appears to be an accident with two friends hunting.
– The wound’s severity is unknown.
– Names of individuals will be released after investigation, probably by Monday.
– Everything is under investigation.
On Friday night, a 26-year-old male was shot by a 37-year-old male while they were hunting coyotes together eight miles west of Jamestown, North Dakota. The shooting occurred around 11:30 pm and the injured male was hit in the pelvic area. He was airlifted to a hospital in Fargo, and his condition is unknown. The Stetson County Sheriff, Chad Kaiser, said that the shooting appears to be an accident, and everything is under investigation. The names of the individuals have not been released, but they are expected to be made public on Monday. The incident occurred north of the oil and gas terminal along I-94, and the ambulance was called from Jamestown. The shooting is not believed to be life-threatening, but the investigation continues.
– Two individuals hunting coyotes together shot at a coyote, ran after it, and in doing so, one male was shot by the other male
– The injured male was hit in the pelvic area and was airlifted to a hospital in Fargo
– The shooting appears to be an accident, and the investigation continues
– The names of the individuals have not been released, and the incident is not believed to be life-threatening