CASCADE, WI (WHBL) - A Cascade man was wounded Sunday while deer hunting in Sheboygan County. The Sheriff’s Department said the 52 year old man was shot in the back of the leg while hunting from a deer stand off of County E in the town of Lyndon. Area DNR Warden Mike Clutter said two men in the tree stand were shooting at the same deer, which caused one hunter to accidentally hit the other. Lt. Mark Rupnik said Cascade First Responders were assisted by the man’s hunting party and brought him out of the woods using the Cascade Fire Department’s 6 by 6 vehicle. He was taken to Aurora Medical Center in Grafton for treatment of the non-life threatening leg injury.
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