Baldwinsville hunter relates how ‘three-shot rule’ for emergency in the woods worked

Baldwinsville hunter relates how ‘three-shot rule’ for emergency in the woods worked — They teach you in hunter safety courses that if you find yourself in trouble and have no other means of communication, the firing of three quick shots is a good way to put out a distress call. Gregory Ceresko, of Baldwinsville, related the following story to me this week about how a buddy of his did just that — and was able to get the help he needed almost immediately.