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Southbury Connecticut boy, 14, accidentally shot and killed by brother
The Advocate (Stamford, CT), 12/1/2003

(Southbury, Connecticut) -- A 14-year-old boy was accidentally shot and killed in Cameron County Pennsylvania by his 20-year-old brother.

The pair were walking in the woods with other family members on their way to hunting.

The older brother's gun accidentally discharged as they walked.

The teenager was fatally struck.


Written by Common Sense staff based on reporting by The Advocate.

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