By JOHN McCOY
CHARLESTSON, W.Va. — Joel Miller finally could breathe a sigh of relief.
He found the body of the 9-point buck he’d shot with an arrow a short while before. More important, though, he left behind a fear that had nagged him for more than two years.
On Oct. 5, 2015, Miller slipped and fell out of a tree stand. The 17-foot drop snapped a piece off one of his vertebrae and put a gash behind his right knee that took 17 stitches to close. The injuries healed relatively quickly, but they left him unwilling to hunt out of a tree stand.
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