Kansas man dies after dog unloads hunting gear

A 30-year-old man died in Kansas on Saturday (January 21) after a dog shot him in what was known as A disease “Freak Accident”.

According to the Sumner County Sheriff’s Office Joseph Austin Smith sat in the passenger seat of a van. Meanwhile, a rifle and hunting gear were found in the back seat, along with the dog, which belongs to the truck’s owner. An investigation revealed that the dog had triggered the gun after stepping on it. As a result, the bullet fatally struck Smith in the back.

The shooting happened around 9:40 a.m. on a country road about 45 miles south of Wichita in Geuda Springs. Paramedics arrived at the scene of the crime “In minutes,” per reports, but Smith succumbed to his injuries amid efforts to revive him. Officials pronounced Smith dead at the scene.

It is unclear who made the call to first responders. However, NBC News reported that another person was on the driver’s seat at the time of filming. The person was reportedly unharmed physically, but their identity is unknown.

The incident is reportedly being investigated. It’s unclear if the dog was taken to an animal shelter or if he is with his owner and family.

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Brian Ashcraft

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