A fight over a dead deer carcass left two people hospitalized on Saturday in Pennsylvania.

State police told the Times-Tribune of Scranton that 33-year-old Jason Frey of Bethlehem claimed that he shot a deer and tracked it to property owned by 48-year-old Anthony Contino Sr.

Contino then told Frey that he and a friend shot the deer earlier that day and asked Frey to leave his property.

Frey then said that he would call the Game Commission to decide, according to police. That's when the fighting began between the two men and several other spectators.

Both Jason Frey and Arthur Frey, 57, fled the scene with a friend. Contino Sr. was transported to St. Luke's Hospital and Arthur Frey was later transported to Pocono Medical Center for injuries related to the altercation.

On Monday, both were listed in stable condition.

The incident happed in Pocono Mountain Lake Estates in Lehman Township, located in Pennsylvania's northeastern Pike County.

Police are still investigating and say charges will be filed soon.


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