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CANDELARIA (AP) — Authorities say two men who were shot at a West Texas ranch near the Mexico border last week were injured when they and another member of their hunting group opened fire during a “state of confusion.”

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Presidio County Sheriff Danny Dominguez said Thursday they’re trying to determine who shot who on the night of Jan. 6.

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A 26-year-old from New Mexico and a 59-year-old were shot.

Dominguez said gunfire erupted in a “state of confusion” after someone tried to open the door of the recreational vehicle where the 59-year-old was staying. Investigators are trying to determine who pulled on the door.

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Dominguez says no charges have been filed, but the investigation’s results will be turned over to the district attorney.