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LA: Search and rescue personnel located a missing hunter alive

November 13, 2012

From AmiteToday.com

GRAND LAKE--Search and rescue personnel located a missing hunter alive at
12:45 p.m. Nov. 13, on the bank of Grand Lake in St. Bernard Parish.
 
Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Enforcement Division agents, St. Bernard Parish Sheriff’s Office deputies and the U.S. Coast Guard found Daniel Madere, 25, of Metairie, after searching for him most of the morning.
 
According to Madere and his hunting partners, they were crossing Grand Lake on their way to their duck blinds at 5:15 a.m. Madere’s duck blind partner noticed that Madere was not at the blind when he was supposed to be.
 
Madere’s 16 foot flat bottom boat sank in Grand Lake in rough water. Medical staff was waiting to check his condition.

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