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Coming up on News 7 -
The man behind the ten commandments fight... loses his job.
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Fire at an apartment complex leaves several people with no home tonight.
And a six year old gets the buck of his lifetime on his first shot.
Plus highlights from UVa's roadtrip to Maryland.
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News 7 at Eleven is next.

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((TARA FITZGERALD/CABIN LAKE RESIDENT: THE WHOLE APARTMENTS WERE ENGULFED IN A FEW MINUTES, THE ENTIRE APARTMENT.))
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Heavy winds make things difficult for crews fighting a fire at an apartment complex in southside.
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[Cabin-Lake]


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Several families in Danville are homeless tonight.
A fire at the Cabin Lake Apartments destroyed six units, and heavily damaged several others.
For fire crews, the blaze was a difficult one and eerily familiar. [***NEWS 7 @ 6 FS ***]
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Justin McLeod is here now to tell us why. Justin?
Jean, as one firefighter put it, this was a little like deja vu.
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This is the same place where a fire six years ago destroyed 24 apartments and left several hundred people homeless.


In fact, that fire happened just feet away from the latest one.
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This afternoon's blaze broke out just before 4 o'clock in building 130 at the Cabin Lake Apartments.
The complex is located on Springfield Road in North Danville.
It would take more than two hours and thirty firefighters to get the blaze under control.
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((R.K. HARVEY/DANVILLE FIRE ASSISTANT CHIEF: IT'S ALWAYS HARD HERE AT THE CONDOMINIUMS PLUS THE WIND REALLY HAMPERED US. WE HAD GUST OF WIND 40 MILES An HOUR. IT WAS REALLY DIFFICULT, IT'S HARD ON THE PERSONNEL WITH COLD TEMPERATURES, WIND BLOWING, PLUS THE WIND WAS PUSHING THE FIRE.))
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Investigators believe the fire started on a bed in the middle apartment.
No one was injured but several animals died as a result of the fire.
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((TARA FITZGERALD/CABIN LAKE RESIDENT: I HAVE 20-THOUSAND DOLLARS WORTH OF BIRDS SO IT IS REALLY HARD. YOU'VE HAD THEM FOR TEN YEARS SO IT IS HARD.))
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The fire marshal is still trying to determine the cause but says there is nothing suspicious about it and most likely was accidental.
Damage estimates are still being calculated but will most likely be in the thousands of dollars.
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Fire crews will remain on the scene throughout the night because there is a strong possibility the high winds may reignite the fire.
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Jean, local charitable groups are helping the families find a place to stay for the next couple of days.
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As Justin mentioned this isn't the first fire at the Cabin Lake complex.
A devastating blaze destroyed three buildings on Thanksgiving Day, 1997.
Some 250 people were left without a place to live.
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Fire also hit a Roanoke apartment complex tonight.
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Crews were called to Mountain Manor Homes on Elm Avenue about 9:15.
One apartment was destroyed... some others suffered smoke and water damage.
The Red Cross is helping those who can't go home tonight
Firefighters believe a resident may have fallen asleep with a cigarette or match, but they're still investigating.
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Today's wind is making for a tense night in Giles County.
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A 3-acre brush fire broke out early this morning near the train tracks on Big Falls Road near the Montgomery county line.
The rough terrain and 30-mile an hour winds made it difficult to put out.
The fire is contained right now, but the high winds will keep crews on the scene for most of the night.
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[Barn-Fire]


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Four fire departments responded to a barn fire in Botetourt County this afternoon. Minutes after igniting, witnesses say flames were shooting 50- feet into the air.
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((CHRIS MOORE/FAMILY BARN DESTROYED: IT TOOK ABOUT 15 MINUTES FOR THE ROOF TO COLLAPSE WHEN I GOT HERE AND BY THE TIME WE GOT THE REST OF THE HORSES OUT IT WAS PRETTY MUCH GONE.))
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Four horses died in the fire. George Moore raised horses on the farm for about 50 years. All of his saddles, trophies and books were destroyed in the blaze. The family was in the middle of renovating the old barn. Firefighters have not released a cause.
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Bedford County Supervisors have filled an empty seat on the board.
Tonight they chose Glenn Ayers of Moneta to serve a one-year term.
Supervisors say all 14 applicants for the position were well qualified, but they believed Ayers will be well-accepted in the community.
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Ayers fills the seat vacated by Kirby Richardson.
Richardson resigned last month after he was indicted for allegedly forging V-DOT public comment sheets.
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[Muhammed]


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Jurors start deliberating the fate of D-C sniper suspect John Mohammed tomorrow.
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Prosecutors say he was the captain of a sniper team and prosecutors urged jurors to use common sense-
Defense attorneys argued that the prosecution had not just a gap but a canyon in its evidence.
He says there is nothing that proves Muhammad is guilty.
And he urged jurors to put aside their emotions and decide on the facts.
Jurors take up deliberations in the morning.
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[Malvo]


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In another Virginia courtroom.. the case of the accused triggerman Lee Malvo is in recess until Monday.
Prosecutors call the 18 year old a clever, smart killer- saying he talked casually of destroying the lives of innocent people.
But the defense says Malvo was manipulated by John Muhammed.
He says his client was left alone by his mother and craved a father figure- when he met Muhammed.
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[Moore]


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The judge at the center of the Ten Commandments monument fight has been removed from office.
Alabama's State court of the Judiciary handed down the punishment-
But as Elizabeth Sanchez reports, Judge Roy Moore says he has no regrets.
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((Alabama's Chief Justice paid for his defiance .. with his job... after refusing to remove a monument of the ten commandments from the state judicial building. This Court hereby orders that Roy Moore be removed from his position as chief justice of the supreme court of Alabama The court said Chief Justice Roy Moore failed to respect and comply with the law and placed himself above it. Former Chief justice Roy Moore; That's what this case is about, its about whether or not we can acknowledge God. The court ruled the biblical tablets were an unconstitutional endorsement of religion and the granite monument was removed in August. Moore was suspended. Supporters who stood vigil then, are back on the court steps again.. praying for a miracle. Patrick Mahoney, Moore supporter: This is a family man with children who has been thrown out on the street by this board of judiciary.
Moore's future remains uncertain. He's hinted he may run for a political office and says he has no regrets over his commandment crusade Elizabeth Sanchez, CBS News.))
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It's seen jobs trickle away in recent months. Now one town in the New River Valley is paying to bring some back.
More on that when News 7 returns.
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Plus this is no winter wonderland. It's normally sunny L-A.
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[Sports-preview]


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[Crime-Spree]


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A man suspected in a 24-hour crime wave in central Virginia was apprehended this afternoon in Nelson County.
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Police say the suspect robbed two convenience stores in Lynchburg by forcing his way in and taking money from the cash register.
After allegedly trying to take a car at gunpoint from another store owner in Nelson County, the suspect took off and ran up Route 29.
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((GARY BRANTLEY/NELSON CO. SHERIFF: THEN A DEPUTY ARRIVED ON THE SCENE AND HE RAN FROM HIM. ANOTHER DEPUTY CAUGHT HIM ON 29 AND THEY HAD AN ALTERCATION THERE IN WHICH THEY WERE FIGHTING OVER THE DEPUTY'S GUN. HE AGAIN GOT AWAY AND RAN ACROSS 29.))
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K-9 teams helped capture the suspect just after two this afternoon.
He's been identified as 23-year-old Orlando Edward Garland from Washington D-C.
Garland is facing a multitude of charges in Lynchburg and Nelson County.
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Meanwhile, a man suspected of taking part in a drive-by shooting in Bedford County last week remains at large.
21-year-old Brandon McDaniel faces attempted murder charges.
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Police and a SWAT team surrounded McDaniel's residence on Timberlake Road this morning after an investigator spotted his car parked outside- but McDaniel was not there.
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[Pulaski-Jobs]


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Just two days after Renfro announced it's cutting 315 jobs in Pulaski, the town may be close to landing 150 new jobs.
Pulaski officials have agreed to pay a telemarketing firm 312 dollars for every new job it creates.
Global Contract Services was in town today.
No formal deal has been signed, but G-C-S is looking into putting a call center in the Advanced Health Care building.

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Governor Warner says Mexicans are saying "Si" to products made in Virginia.
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The governor just returned from a three-day trade mission to Mexico.
He says Mexican companies showed interest in Virginian apples, lumber, poultry and textiles.
He acknowledges that at one time Virginia was losing jobs to Mexico but says that is no longer the case.
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((GOVERNOR MARK WARNER: WE OBVIOUSLY FEEL SOME OF THE PAIN THAT NAFTA HAS BROUGHT PARTICULARLY IN SOUTHSIDE BUT MEXICO HAS FELT IT AS WELL BECAUSE IN THE LAST FEW YEARS WE'RE NOT LOSING JOBS TO MEXICO ANYMORE THOSE JOBS ARE GOING TO CHINA.))
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Virginia exports to Mexico have decreased since 2001.
Still, Mexico remains the state's sixth-largest export market.
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[Scooter-Recall]


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Fisher Price is recalling thousands of scooters and mini bikes. It's in response
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to problems with the motor controls.
The scooters and mini bikes can run out of control even after the power has been cut.
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((DONNA KISH/BOUGHT RECALLED TOY-IT WENT AROUND ME LIKE A GARDEN HOSE BASICALLY OUT OF CONTROL, AND IT RAN UP ONTO OUR GATE, RIPPED THE HANDLE ON THE GATE, AND FROM THERE IT WAS ON THE GROUND. IT STARTED SPINNING, SPINNING, SPINNING ... WE WERE JUST SCREAMING. ))
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After getting two dozen calls involving the M-X -3 Mini bike and dozens of similar calls about the Lightning Pac Scooter, both products have been pulled off store shelves and are being recalled. No one has been seriously hurt. 30 thousand scooters and 55 thousand mini bikes are part of the recall.
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For more information you can call 800-528- 7153.
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[Segway]


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The Segway hit the market with high expectations, but few of the high-tech transporters have made an appearance in western Virginia.
Tonight Joe Dashiell reports, one man is trying to change that.
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((THIS IS AN ADVERTISEMENT FOR KHAKI PANTS AND BLUE BLAZERS. THAT'S EXACTLY RIGHT!))
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When Michael Miller rolls on to the Roanoke City Market, heads turn...
Describing himself as an independent entrepreneur, Miller is NOT employed by the Segway Company. But he has ridden the device into southside classrooms, used it for business promotions and hopes to interest others in a technology he says lives up to all the hype.
A consumer version of the Segway sells for about four thousand dollars, and a recent recall has produced some unflattering press, but Miller is a believer.
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((I THINK IT MIGHT NOT CATCH ON AS QUICKLY, BUT I DON'T THINK THERE'S ANYTHING THAT'S GOING TO STOP THIS TECHNOLOGY. I THINK IT WILL BE TOO IMPORTANT TO TOO MANY PEOPLE IN TOO MANY FACETS OF THEIR LIFE, TO LET PEOPLE DESCRIBE IT AS A YUPPIE TOY.))
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Miller enjoys the attention, and the opportunity to introduce people to his new ride.
And he'll have another opportunity in December when represents a furniture company in the Danville Christmas parade.
Joe Dashiell News 7 Roanoke))
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It's a day many hunters have been waiting for. Why they'll take to the woods this Saturday when News 7 returns.
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Plus one young hunter already has his buck. We'll talk to the 6 year old and his proud dad.
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[Hail]


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It looks like someone changed the script for sunny Los Angeles.
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A freak storm dumped nearly two feet of hail in some places -- right during yesterday evening rush hour. Many are digging out... thousands are without power. The storm -- referred to as the 100 year storm dropped on average five inches of rain and hail, causing flooding and some mudslides on mountain roads. The Los Angeles Police Department reports rescuing 100 motorists and pedestrians stranded in waist high water.
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Maryland and Virginia highlights, high school regional semifinal volleyball action for ya, ODAC women's hoops pre-season hype and top 25 college basketball action,
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[SUPER=03-Berea, OH/August; :00]

but first our extra point. Lee Suggs could play in his first NFL game Sunday against Arizona. He started practicing October 28th and the Browns activated Suggs yesterday. The former William Fleming and Virginia Tech standout has been on the Physically Unable to Perform list, due a shoulder injury.
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[S-UVA]


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Virginia and Maryland met in College Park tonight in a huge ACC battle.
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No love loss between these two schools. Watch UVa linebacker Ahmad Brooks put the mean hit on Maryland quarterback Scott McBrien.
But it was terps running back Josh Allen that did most of the damage. He ran for a career high 257 yards and two touchdowns to keep Maryland's ACC title hopes alive.
[SUPER=34-Maryland/27/Virginia/17;]UVa's Matt Schaub tried to pull Uva closer. He scores on the keeper to make it 14

-7 Maryland in the second quarter.
Schaub's 14 yard TD pass to Alvin Pearman made it 24-14 with six minutes left in the third. Schaub's 186 passing yards overtakes Shawn Moore's career passing mark of 6,629 yards. UVa is now 5 and 5 and has lost four of five.
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Terrible news for the Bath County football team tonight. News 7 sports has learned that star tight end John Phillips has a torn ligament in his left knee and is out for the season.
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Phillips had an MRI earlier this week and he received the results of that MRI today. He has surgery scheduled for December fifth and the recovery time is 3 to 6 months. Phillips injured the knee in the first quarter of last week's James River Bath County game.
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Ironically, it was this time last year that John's older brother and Chargers star quarterback Jacob Phillips suffered a partially collapsed lung.

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The high school football playoffs kick off tomorrow night with the regional semi-finals. here's the list with the home teams on the bottom.
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[S-Forest]


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In Region III semifinal volleyball action the Cavaliers took on...the Cavaliers.
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Jefferson Forest traveled to Northside's gym to battle Lord Botetourt in the first final four of the night.
Botetourt's Lindy Whitlock serves but Forest makes the nice set and the spike is good and the cavaliers from near Lynchburg get the point.
Forest's Christy Gregory serves, the ball is returned and it's Botetourt's turn as Katie Sloan makes good on the kill.
But Jefferson Forest would win 3 games to none, taking the match 25-21, 25-20 and 25-16.
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Jefferson Forest would meet the winner of the Cave Spring/William Byrd match that followed.
In the first set, Byrd's Sarah Yargon finds an opening in the Knights defense and the kill finds the floor for the Byrd point.
But the Knights were to strong. Andrea Secrist with the spike that the Terriers could not handle. Cave Spring advances 27-25, 25-13 and 25-17. The Knights will meet Jefferson Forest Saturday at Northside for the Region II title at 3 PM.

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The ODAC Women's PreSeason poll has defending league champion Randolph Macon is the top pick. Roanoke is fourth while Hollins comes in at number eight.
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200 boys and girls soccer teams from nine different states, including newcomer New Mexico, begin play in the 13th annual BB & T fall soccer classic Saturday bright and early at 7:30 AM.
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Several state champions will compete at seven locations from Greenhill Park to Hollins to Rivers Edge.
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[Deer-Season]


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Hunters are preparing for the peak of the deer season.
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While the black powder and archery seasons have been open for weeks, general firearms season begins this Saturday instead of Monday. In addition, several counties have added hunting days. State wildlife officials say they don't think the added days will affect the number of deer killed because there will be less pressure on deer and hunters will be more spread out.
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((JIM BOWMAN/REGIONAL WILDLIFE BIOLOGIST; OUR KILL USUALLY RUNS ABOUT 200,000 LAST YEAR IT WAS ABOUT 213,000 STATEWIDE. I WOULD EXPECT THAT THE KILL WOULD BE SIMILAR I DON'T SEE ANYTHING THAT SHOULD MAKE IT INCREASE DRAMATICALLY OR DECREASE DRAMATICALLY THIS YEAR.))
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Bowman also says that because of a small acorn crop this year, deer will likely move out of the woods into fields to find food.
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[Young-Hunter]


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A six year old Missouri boy is the envy of many hunters. He bagged a huge buck today with his first shot- so just how big was the buck?
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((ONE, TWO THREE, FOUR FIVE, SIX, SEVEN, EIGHT NINE, TEN.))
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You heard right- a ten point buck.
The first grader was out hunting with his dad when after about twenty minutes, they saw the deer.
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((MARK TAYLOR/FATHER: WHEN HE SAW THAT THE DEER ALL HE COULD DO WAS GASP. I TOLD HIM DALTON SQUEEZE THE DEER WAS GETTING CLOSER AND CLOSER.)) ((HE WAS MOVING AND THEN I AIMED AT HIM AND I SHOT.))
[SUPER=01-Dalton Taylor/Six Years Old; in at 08 quick!!!]
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Dalton used a 30-30 rifle and with his dad's help holding the gun, he may have shot his way into the Missouri record books.
Dalton got the buck during part of a youth hunt sponsored by the Missouri Department of Conservation. (------------)