MARSHALL TOWNSHIP (KDKA) – One man was injured in a spring gobbler hunting-related shooting in Marshall Township Monday morning.

A police captain says two men were hunting turkeys at a location near the 200 block of Mingo Road, in Marshall Township, when one of the men shot the other in the abdomen.

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Police say the shooting was accidental and the victim was taken to a local hospital.

Police spent several hours near the home at 270 Mingo Road. It’s not known if either of the men lived at the home.

A van that was parked in the driveway was towed away.

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Officers could be seen putting a turkey decoy in the back of a police car, and carrying a tree stand out of the woods.

So far, no charges have been filed.

Pennsylvania’s spring gobbler season started last Saturday.

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