911 Call Made by Trooper Who Accidentally Shot A Woman
In Dec. 2011 a deer hunter in Norton (Mass.) accidentally shot and wounded a woman walking her two dogs. The man dialed 911 from a rural farm to report the incident, and had trouble guiding emergency units to the scene.
An off-duty state trooper who was hunting in southeast Massachusetts shot and wounded a 66-year-old woman who was out walking her two dogs when he mistook her pets for a deer.
The woman was shot in the torso while walking on a wooded path in Norton about 5 p.m. Saturday. Police said the trooper called 911 after realizing he had mistaken the tails of the two retrievers for a deer's tail.
The unidentified woman who lives in Norton was taken to Rhode Island Hospital for treatment. Authorities provided no further information on her condition.
State police on Sunday said investigators determined the shooting was an accident. The name of the trooper, who also lives in Norton, was not released because he faces no charges. The investigation continued.
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