Hunting Accident Kills Pulaski County Man

A Southern Kentucky man is found dead after what police are calling a hunting accident.

Around 4:30 Tuesday afternoon Pulaski County Sheriff's deputies and the coroner were called to a report of a body found lying in the woods off Singleton Cemetery road in Eubank.

When investigators got to the scene they found Truesdell Coffey, 67, dead from a gunshot wound.

An autopsy is scheduled for Wednesday, but police do not suspect foul play.

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