Le Flore County hunting trip turns deadly

Posted on Tuesday, October 5th, 2021 at 1:49 pm    

LE FLORE COUNTY, OK – A doctor died in an apparent crossbow accident while hunting bears, KFOR reports.

Dr. Muhammad Faisal Khan, 52, a rheumatologist, went on the hunting trip last Thursday with a new crossbow.

Deputies discovered Dr. Khan’s corpse beside his hunting stand on Saturday. A crossbow bolt penetrated one of his legs.

Law enforcement is waiting for the medical examiner’s report to determine if the incident was an accident or if foul play was involved.

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