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PC Adam Crewdson, OPP
Firearm Owners Beware Stray Bullet Enters Home

Malahide, ON - The Elgin County Ontario Provincial Police are urging hunters and firearm owners to take caution this year. An incident was reported to police on the 6th of November that a stray bullet was found in a bedroom of a Dingle Line residence in Malahide Township.

Police are reminding gun owners to be aware of their back stop when using their firearms or while hunting. The following are reminders to hunters:

All hunters must wear solid hunter orange clothing (a minimum of 400 square inches or 2,580 square centimetres above the waist) and a hunter orange head cover during gun seasons for deer, moose and elk.

Hunters must never shoot unless they are absolutely sure of their target and what lies beyond it.

It is illegal to shoot from a vehicle or carry a loaded firearm in or on a vehicle

All firearms must be unloaded while traveling in a vehicle

For further information on firearms safety and hunting please visit the following websites:

The Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters: www.ofah.org

The Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources: www.ontario.ca/page/hunting

Firearms Safety Education Service of Ontario: www.fseso.org

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