Department of Fish and Wildlife officer saved a grouse hunter in Washington state after he shot himself in the leg.

Officer Mark James was in a remote area south of Elma when he saw a man shoot out of a window with a pistol at a grouse.

WDFW Sgt. Matt Nixon said that when the elderly man saw the officer, he began to unload the gun inside of his vehicle, and that is when the .22 caliber black powder pistol went off and he shot himself in the leg.


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