A 16-year-old boy died after getting shot as wild hogs charged him and different relations on a searching journey, a Texas sheriff’s workplace mentioned.
Dylan Seymour was searching along with his mom and 19-year-old brother on the night time of May 7 close to Trent, west of Abilene, based on a report from the Fisher County Sheriff’s Office.
The household was searching on the mom’s boyfriend’s property when hogs “charged at them.” They started operating as gunfire erupted, the report mentioned.
As the hogs scattered, Dylan mentioned, “Stop, stop, I got shot.”
Seymour’s mom advised investigators that the 16-year-old was nonetheless taking pictures till he realized he’d been shot within the again, the report mentioned.
“I’m not exactly how he got hit, if we ran in to each other or what,” the mom advised Deputy Joshua Benavides, based on the report. “It all just happened so fast. The last hog was still charging but ran by us as we were checking out D-Ray’s injury.”
The teen was taken to Rolling Plains Hospital in close by Sweetwater, the place he died on May 9.
“It’s unclear what exactly happened,” investigators mentioned within the report. “This incident was clearly an accident.”
Authorities are nonetheless investigating the taking pictures.
The Hood County News experiences that Dylan, who glided by “D-Ray” was a junior at Tolar High School, about 45 miles southwest of Fort Worth. He would have been 17 years outdated on Tuesday, May 17.