Charleston, W.Va. (AP) -- Two more hunters have died of heart attacks during the state's buck gun season.
The Division of Natural Resources had initially reported one hunting-related fatal heart attack. All three deaths occurred monday.
The DNR says 67-year-old Cumberland, Md., resident Charles Wilkinson was stricken while dragging a deer with a four-wheeler in the Germany Valley-North Mountain area in Pendleton County.
The agency says 45-year-old Moorefield resident Randall Whetzel was found dead in his vehicle Monday evening.
Seventy-three-year-old Berkeley Springs resident Curtis Lane Walker died while hunting in Morgan County.
A fourth hunter is in stable condition after he slipped and shot himself in the ankle.
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