Authorities say a hunter was injured when his tree stand broke in Richland County Saturday morning. The Richland County Sheriff’s Office says deputies responded to the scene at around 10:20 A-M Saturday on a report of a hunter dangling from a tree. Deputies say a man from Milton was stationed in a climber stand in Forest Township when the stand gave way. Officers say he had his safety harness attached, however, his leg became caught in the bottom rung of the stand. He was suspended upside down about five feet off the ground. The victim said he’d been hanging upside down for about two hours. Sheriff’s officials say a neighbor to the property was walking to the woods with his son to put up their stands when the son heard someone yelling for help. The neighbor found the man about 30 yards into the woods off Welker Hollow Road. Deputies and emergency personnel freed the victim, who was airlifted to a hospital in LaCrosse with a leg injury and hypothermia. His name has not been released.