If a permanent stand must be used, always check it before.
Nov 18, JACKSON, Tenn. (AP) - Wildlife officials in Tennessee say a hunter suffered serious injuries when his tree stand broke, plunging him 20 feet (6 meters) to the ground. The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency posted on Facebook that the year-old hunter was climbing down a tree Friday when a cable on his climbing stand snapped and he fell.
News outlets report the man wasn’t. Nov 22, Authorities with TWRA found the man’s truck and, after searching the area, found the man. Officials determined he had fallen out of his treestand while deer hunting and did not survive the Estimated Reading Time: 50 secs. Nov 18, - A hunter was seriously injured Friday afternoon when he fell from a tree stand in Madison County. According to the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency, the cable of.
Nov 18, The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency posted on Facebook that the year-old hunter was climbing down a tree Friday when a cable on his climbing stand snapped and he fell. November 13, From bushmulch.bar In Tennessee and across the nation as well, the No.
1 cause of accidents afield are falls from a tree stand. And it doesn’t matter how experienced the victim may be. Last November, Don McDonald, 80, was seriously hurt in a tree stand accident that baffles him to this day. McDonald and son David were hunting in Jefferson County.
Never hunt from tree limbs.
Oct 04, Man injured after falling eight feet from deer stand. A White County man was seriously injured Sunday when he fell from a tree stand while deer hunting in the Indian Creek area near Center Hill Lake. He is 34 year old Michael Phifer of Sparta, according to Captain Dustin Johnson of the Smithville-DeKalb County Rescue Squad.