STOCKTON, Kan. (AP) _ A 63-year-old Tennessee man is dead after
being accidentally shot while bird hunting in northcentral Kansas.
The Rooks County Sheriff's Office said William Dudley Carter of Adams, Tenn., died Saturday as a result of wounds to his head and upper chest.
A sheriff's statement said Carter was accidentally shot when a covey of quail took flight. He and four others had been hunting pheasants and quail about 7 miles northeast of Stockton.
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