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LA: Lake Charles father kills son in deer hunting accident

December 6, 2010

Lake Charles father kills son in deer hunting accident 

LAKE CHARLES -- A deer hunt turned to tragedy Saturday when a father shot his son to death as darkness fell on the west Louisiana woods.

According to Beauregard Parish deputies, Patrick Kyle Moore, 41, of Lake Charles was hunting with his father at the H&H Hunting Club west of Singer.

Deputies said Moore was moving in his father's line of sight shortly before 6 p.m. when his father fired at what he thought was a deer moving.

The bullet struck Moore in the chest and he died a short time later.

Moore was a 101st Airborne veteran of Desert Storm.

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