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Poor hunting decisions ends in fines for Sudbury man

It’s bad enough that a Sudbury man lost his big toe during a hunting trip, but to make matters worse he was fined for the incident.  Richard Chamberland was hunting small game north of North Bay when he shot at a grouse on a side road off a secondary highway.  Chamberland missed the bird and got back in his brother’s pick-up truck but without unloading his 12-guage shotgun.  The gun went off hitting his big toe.  Doctors couldn’t save the toe and it had to be amputated.  A court fined Chamberland $750 for having a loaded gun in a vehicle and another $750 for discharging a firearm without due care for people and property.

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