Teenager Shot In Estill County

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Updated: 6/20/2012 11:44 pm
Kentucky State Police say a teenage boy has been shot in Estill County.

State police say troopers learned three teenage boys were riding bicycles and found a pistol in a gravel area off Old Landing Road and Little Buck Creek Road. 

During their handling of the firearm, police say one of them pulled the trigger and the weapon went off striking another one of the boys in the abdomen.

The injured teen was transported by air to University of Kentucky Hospital.


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