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9 years old Colton Williams Killed accidentally

Colton Williams was out rabbit hunting with his father and a family friend on Thanksgiving when his dad accidentally shot him, according to family members. The group was hunting in Orangeburg County.

Colton was a fourth-grade student at Kelly Edwards Elementary School in Williston. The Williston School District says counselors will be at the school on Monday and will be available throughout the week, or longer, if needed.

The Willison School District wrote in a Facebook post

“It is with great sadness that we share news of the passing of one of our beloved fourth grade KEES scholars, Colton Williams,” The Willison School District wrote in a Facebook post. “Please join in with the KEES/Williston School District 29 family as we lift the family in prayer.”

“Counselors will be on-site at KEES Monday morning, and will continue to be available throughout the week and longer, if needed.”

We’ve also been told Colton was an organ donor.

Colton, according to his grandfather, “took piano lessons, won the marksmanship award at Camp Woodie, love every sport, and was a huge Clemson Tiger fan.”

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He also played for the Devils Blue Devils Junior Hockey League and was selected for the All-Star Team.

The visit was scheduled in Colton between 5 pm and 10 pm and 20 hours at Folk Funeral Home in Williston. Her funeral is also scheduled at 3:00 pm Sunday at the First Baptist Church in Springfield. The public is invited to participate.
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He also played for the Devils Blue Devils Junior Hockey League and was selected for the All-Star Team.

The visit was scheduled in Colton between 5 pm and 5 pm. and 10 pm and 8 pm at Williston Funeral Home. Her funeral is also scheduled at 3:00 pm Sunday at the First Baptist Church in Springfield. The public is invited to participate.

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