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One hunter killed, second hurt in N.H.

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Two shootings on the opening day of the New Hampshire firearms deer season left one hunter dead and a second wounded, authorities said yesterday. Kenneth Brunelle of Marlborough, Mass., was hunting with his father and brother when he was shot at about 8 a.m. in Lisbon, in northern New Hampshire, said Department of Fish and Game Lieutenant Brian Suttmeier. Brunelle, 31, died at the scene, Suttmeier said. A second hunter, Dan Mullen Sr., 65, was shot in the buttocks by a fellow hunter in Pittsfield, N.H. Lieutenant Jim Juneau said. His injuries were not life-threatening, Juneau said. (AP)

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