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Dundalk Man Injured After Falling From Tree Stand
Maryland Natural Resources Police (NRP) investigated a hunting accident Tuesday afternoon, Nov. 8, on private property off of Route 113 in Worcester County. Ronald E. Jarvis Sr., 69, of Dundalk, fell 20-feet from his tree stand. Jarvis was climbing into the stand preparing to hunt when the stand collapsed. The tree stand was an older homemade stand and Jarvis was not wearing a safety harness. Jarvis was flown to Peninsula Regional Medical Center with non-life threatening injuries.
November 10, 2005
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