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Fort Polk soldier dies in hunting accident in Kisatchie

January 26, 2012

From TheTownTalk.com

A Fort Polk soldier was killed in an accidental shooting Saturday while hunting in the Kisatchie National Forest, according to the Rapides Parish Sheriff’s Office.
 
Louis Alamo, 30, an active-duty soldier stationed at Fort Polk, died from a gunshot wound while hunting in the forest adjacent to Kincaid Lake around
9:40 p.m.
 
Alamo and three Leesville residents were hunting raccoons, officials said.
 
Alamo’s body was sent to Lafayette for an autopsy.

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