WEST WINDSOR: Hunting accident kills Chesterfield man
Man shot himself, police say
WEST WINDSOR - A 45-year-old Chesterfield man died Saturday afternoon while hunting geese, according to police.
Police said the man and his father were out hunting geese in the fields of 1201 Old Trenton Road around 4:16 p.m. when the man reportedly shot himself in the head and neck area.
Police responded quickly to the scene and were directed to the injured hunter's location in a nearby patch of woods by the man's father.
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