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Man dies while hunting in Cass County

The Cass County Sheriff’s Office responded to the incident, reported at 2:27 p.m. Monday, Nov. 7, in Crooked Lake Township.

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OUTING — A 65-year-old Centerville man died Monday, Nov. 7, while hunting near Outing in Cass County, the Cass County Sheriff’s Office reported. .

Sheriff’s deputies responded to the incident, reported at 2:27 p.m. in Crooked Lake Township, after receiving a 911 call about a hunting accident. According to a news release from the sheriff’s office, deputies and first responders arrived on scene and found a man had fallen out of a tree stand.

CPR and lifesaving efforts were attempted on scene, but the male was pronounced dead at the scene. Cass County Sheriff Tom Burch said the man had failed to return from the morning hunt when his hunting party called the sheriff’s office.

The man possibly suffered a medical issue before falling out of the tree, the sheriff’s office reported. Burch said the Ramsey County Medical Examiner's Office released the body to the funeral home and there will be no further investigation into the incident.

Assisting at the scene were the Crooked Lake Fire Department, Outing Quick Response, Remer Ambulance and North Memorial Health Air Care.

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