Fatal duck hunting accident in Connecticut on Saturday 1/20

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  1. JimG

    JimG Elite Refuge Member

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    Three guys capsized their boat in Mumford Cove near Bluff Point State Park yesterday. Two died and one made it to shore. All young guys (compared to me). The two who perished are Joe Formica and Joe Grzelak. The survivor is Justin Besade, son of Scott Besade. As of right now a gofundme account has been set up for Joe Formica who leaves a wife and a 2yo son. I'll post up if accounts are set up for the others.

    https://l.facebook.com/...cgFNweBGzBKhO4YcMH9w

    If the link doesn't work go on Facebook to Connecticut Waterfowlers Association, CT Waterfowl, or Connecticut Delta and the link is there if you are able to contribute.
     
  2. Pastor

    Pastor Senior Refuge Member

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    Praying for those who have had such a great loss.
     
  3. Mr.Bones

    Mr.Bones New England Moderator Moderator

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    Terrible news, prayers for the families
     
  4. Fetchitupup

    Fetchitupup Senior Refuge Member

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    Prayers for the families involved and speedy recovery to the survivor.
     
  5. Bob Johnson

    Bob Johnson Elite Refuge Member

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    very sad news..... we all are subject to this if we are not very very careful......even on the nice days in late Jan, the water is still 30 degrees!....... be extremely carefull if you grass your boat blind and it gets wet!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
  6. Luigi Daniele

    Luigi Daniele Elite Refuge Member

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    Prayers ascending.
     

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