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Altadena man dies during his first hunting trip in Maryland, police say

Preparing for his first hunting trip, Vincent Cavallo read about safety procedures and practiced at the firing range. But despite his precautions, the 32-year-old man from Altadena died Saturday while hunting with an uncle in western Maryland. Police said his rifle accidentally discharged when...
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