Maine Warden Service Investigating Two Separate Shooting Incidents

Updated 2 years ago

The Maine Warden Service says two men were injured in separate shooting incidents Friday.Officials say 60-year-old Mark Mattson of Portsmouth, New Hampshire was shot in the stomach by 29-year-old Travis Wood of Windham.They say Mattson was target practicing in the woods off Quaker Ridge Road in Casco.He was about 300 yards from a logging road, they say Wood was hunting in the area with another person.Mattson was transported by LifeFlight to Central Maine Medical Center in Lewiston and is listed in critical condition.In the second incident, 26-year-old Steven Hutter of Hebron was hunting with 47-year-old Linton Thompson in Oxford.Officials say after shooting and wounding a deer in a field, the two men began tracking the deer, when they say Thompson shot Hutter in the lower leg.They say it was a single gun shot wound and Hutter went into surgery at Central Maine Medical Center in Lewiston.Investigations into both incidents are ongoing. No summonses or arrests have been made.


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