02. 11. 2010 11:30
He suffered a serious injury in the American state of New Mexico hunting dogs. One of them, his crusader, Charlie, shot at a shotgun shot at the rear seat of the car. The 70-year-old hunter will recover, according to doctors. Your family, Charlie, who got shelter after the incident, took her home, reported local Las Cruces Sun News.
Sonny Gilligan hunted last week in the desert west of Las Cruces near the US-Mexican border. Before returning home, he put a loaded rifle on his back. One of his dogs, however, shook the trigger and fired his owner behind the wheel.
"We were lucky to get to my phone," Gilligan told local Las Cruces Sun News. After he called for his help, he fell unconscious because of the big blood loss. But the rescuers found it in time and went to the hospital.
"Shooter" Charlie, two other Gilligan dogs, Scoot and Cowboy came after the event behind the grid. However, Gilligan's son soon rescues her temporary shelter for an animal shelter. Now every animal is at home and a hunter is lying in a rehabilitation center.
Similar accidents are rare, but in the past several times the hunting dog accidentally fired his owner. For example, in a similar event, the hunter lost his life in Russia.
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