Minnesota man lucky to be alive after hunting accident

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Written byJason Anschutz

January 25, 2023

5 min read

After an accidental gunshot wound, Mitchell Amundson’s heart stopped more than once. His Sanford Health surgeon said, “He attempted to die multiple times, and he’s still around to tell the story.” (Photo courtesy of the Amundson family; video by Jason Anschutz, Sanford Health)

Mitchell Amundson of Dilworth, Minnesota, is lucky to be alive.

“Unfortunately, I remember the accident,” said Amundson.

On the day after Thanksgiving, Amundson, age 26, was in a serious hunting accident just outside of Jamestown, North Dakota.

“As soon as it happened, my legs went numb and all of a sudden I was like, ‘Wow, this really hurts,’” he said.

While hunting coyotes with a friend, he was shot through the right flank…

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