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Coroner identifies boy fatally shot in Helena Valley

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HELENA, Mont. (AP) - Lewis and Clark County officials have released the name of a 1-year-old boy who died after a reported accidental shooting at a residence north of Helena.
    
Coroner Bryan Backeberg said Friday that Nicholas Anthony Bowers was shot by his father on Tuesday evening.
    
The sheriff's office says the circumstances of the shooting are still under investigation and more information isn't expected to be released for about a week.

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