Juvenile Killed In Central Minn. Hunting Accident

MORA, Minn. (WCCO) — A juvenile was killed in a hunting accident on Monday afternoon in central Minnesota.

The Kanabec County Sheriff’s Office said the accident happened just before 3:30 p.m. near Brunswick Township.

The juvenile was pronounced dead on the scene.

Authorities said they are not releasing any more information at this time, including the juvenile’s name.

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  1. JackieM says:

    Sorry to hear about this fatality. My thoughts are with his or her parents & family. How difficult of a time this must be for them.

  2. Joe says:

    God rest his soul. I hate to hear about young people dying before their time. This morning he was alive, and now he’s gone. Cherish your time here on Earth. Condolences to the family.

  3. j speedbag 64 says:

    dangerous times during the opener

  4. Tasha says:

    It is sooo important that we start educating our kids beyond gun safety! My heart goes out to his family and Summer.

  5. Correct says:

    This “Hunting” thing sure seems necessary. How many kids get to die every year so we can still behave like cave-people? Look how many kids were killed in the UK this year due to guns… like 0, but keep fighting for your boomsticks, primates. We couldn’t live w/o them.

    1. jackactionhero says:

      Hunting is a part of our heritage, and something I am teaching my 4 boys as well. In addition, without deer hunting, everybody you know would have hit several deer on the highway by now, and statistically, at least 2-3 people you know would be dead from it.

      Boomsticks indeed. Wake up, ignoramus.

      1. Correct again. says:

        they’re called ‘controlled hunts’, handled by law officials, just like Europe, where children cannot shoot themselves in treestands. carry on your tradition, and too bad about slavery.

  6. Venison says:

    I’ll bet his hillbilly old man is glad he taught him how to hunt. Hunting sucks. Go buy some meat at the grocery store.

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