Written by Kristi Richie
30 October 2006
Larry LeBlanc, 49, was shot during a hunting accident off Blue
Run Road Sunday morning.
Webster Parish Sheriff Gary Sexton said LeBlanc and his son, Alan
LeBlanc were hunting the same pipeline when a deer walked out
Larry LeBlanc was in the truck and shot at the deer. Alan LeBlanc
was farther down the pipeline and also shot.
The distance between the two remains under investigation.
The bullet from Alan LeBlanc’s .300-caliber Magnum rifle traveled
through the truck door, Larry LeBlanc’s right leg and entered the
left leg, Sexton said.
At 6:30 a.m., the sheriff’s office received a 911 call from Alan
LeBlanc about the accident.
Larry LeBlanc was transported to Minden Medical Center and later
transported to LSU Health Sciences Center with serious but
This morning, LeBlanc remained in ICU and was listed in fair, but
The incident has been ruled accidental, and no criminal charges
will be pursued.
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