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Cotton County shooting believed to be self-inflicted

COTTON COUNTY, Okla._The Cotton County Sheriff's Office believes the gun shots a man suffered earlier in the week were self-inflicted.

Wednesday, the man was found at the Old Tavern on Highway 277 near Geronimo. The Comanche County Sheriff's Department was initially called to investigate, but after talking to witnesses investigators, they learned the shooting actually happened in Cotton County. No one else was present at the time of the shooting.

The victim was airlifted to OU Medical Center.

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