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6-year-old boy accidentally shot by father

Medical personnel attended to the child's injuries and determined they were not life-threatening. Medical personnel attended to the child's injuries and determined they were not life-threatening.
HUNTSVILLE, AL (WAFF) -

A six-year-old boy was accidentally shot by his father Friday night.

It happened on Charlotte Drive around 6:30 p.m.

According to Huntsville Police Department, the victim's father accidentally shot the child while he was trying to unload his pistol.

The child was hit above his left collarbone.

Medical personnel attended to the child's injuries and determined they were not life-threatening.

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