Road accident deaths in Louisiana

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  1. Jayne Mansfield

    Jayne Mansfield


    Jayne Mansfield (born Vera Jayne Palmer; April 19, 1933 – June 29, 1967) was an American actress in film, theatre, and television. She was also a nightclub entertainer, a singer, and one of the early Playboy Playmates. She was a major Hollywood sex symbol of the 1950s and early 1960s and 20th Century Fox's alternative to Marilyn Monroe who came to be known as the "Working Man's Monroe". She was also known for her well-publicized personal life and publicity stunts, such as wardrobe malfunctions. She was one of Hollywood's original blonde bombshells, and, although many people have never seen her movies, Mansfield remains one of the most recognizable icons of 1950s celebrity culture.

  2. Amie Comeaux

    Amie Comeaux


    Amie Noelle Comeaux (ˈkm; December 4, 1976 – December 21, 1997) was an American country music singer who gained fame in her teens. Her debut album, Moving Out, was released on Polydor Records in 1994, and it produced the single "Who's She to You", a No. 64 on the Billboard country charts. Two posthumous albums, A Very Special Angel and Memories Left Behind, were issued in 1998 and 2007, respectively.

  3. John Stephens (American football)

    John Stephens (American football)


    John Milton Stephens (February 23, 1966 – September 1, 2009) was a professional American football player who was selected by the New England Patriots in the first round (17th overall) of the 1988 NFL Draft. At 6 feet 1 inch and 220 pounds, he was a running back from Northwestern State University in Louisiana. Stephens played in six NFL seasons from 1988 to 1993 for the Patriots, the Green Bay Packers, and the Kansas City Chiefs. As a rookie for the Patriots during the 1988 NFL season, Stephens rushed for 1,168 yards and was selected to his one and only Pro Bowl. One of his daughters, Sloane Stephens, born in 1993, is an American professional tennis player.

  4. Mel Ott

    Mel Ott


    Melvin Thomas Ott (March 2, 1909 – November 21, 1958), nicknamed "Master Melvin", was an American former professional baseball player who played in Major League Baseball (MLB) as a right fielder for the New York Giants, from 1926 through 1947.

  5. Henry Methvin

    Henry Methvin


    Henry Methvin (April 8, 1912 – April 19, 1948) was an American criminal, bank robber and Depression-era outlaw. He is best remembered as the final member of Bonnie and Clyde's gang and whose father, Ivan Methvin, helped arrange their deaths at the hands of a posse headed by Texas lawman Frank Hamer in 1934. His role in the gang has often been misattributed to teenage gang member W.D. Jones as both men were portrayed as composite character "C.W. Moss" in the film Bonnie and Clyde (1967).

  6. Bianca Halstead

    Bianca Halstead


    Bianca Halstead or Bianca Butthole (May 5, 1965 – December 15, 2001) was an American rock musician; she was the bassist and lead singer of the bands Betty Blowtorch and Butt Trumpet. She was killed when she accepted a ride from a drunk driver on December 15, 2001 in New Orleans. She is interred in Hollywood Forever Cemetery, Hollywood, CA. A substance abuse center called The Bianca Center for Substance Abuse, which opened in November of 2008, is named in her honor.

  7. Kevin Magee (basketball)

    Kevin Magee (basketball)


    Kevin Dornell Magee (January 24, 1959–October 23, 2003), was an American basketball player who played most of his professional career for Maccabi Tel Aviv. 2.03m tall and weighing 104kg, he played at the power forward position.

  8. Mike Miley

    Mike Miley


    Michael Wilfred Miley (March 30, 1953 in Yazoo City, Mississippi – January 6, 1977) was a professional baseball player who played two seasons for the California Angels of Major League Baseball. He died in a one-car crash in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

  9. David Thibodaux

    David Thibodaux


    David Glenn Thibodaux (December 1, 1953 – March 24, 2007) was a respected English professor at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette for 27 years, a member and officer of the Lafayette Parish School Board for twelve years, and a notable political figure and Republican candidate for the United States House of Representatives from Louisiana's 7th congressional district.

  10. Vernon Blake

    Vernon Blake


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  11. Pinkie C. Wilkerson

    Pinkie C. Wilkerson


    Pinkie Carolyn Wilkerson (February 8, 1948 – August 1, 2000) was an African American member of the Louisiana House of Representatives from her native Grambling, west of Ruston, Louisiana, who served from 1992 until her death in a six-vehicle traffic accident on Interstate 20 in Bossier City, Louisiana. Wilkerson was particularly involved in the areas of health care and rural development. Her District 11 included Claiborne Parish and portions of Bienville, Lincoln, and Union parishes in North Louisiana. The district was especially created after the 1990 census to guarantee an African American voter majority.

  12. Henderson Jordan (Louisiana sheriff)

    Henderson Jordan (Louisiana sheriff)


    Henderson Jordan (October 11, 1896 – June 13, 1958), as sheriff of Bienville Parish in north Louisiana, was one of six law enforcement officers who on May 23, 1934, ambushed the fugitives Bonnie and Clyde in a deadly encounter on Louisiana Highway 154 between Gibsland and Sailes to the south.

  13. Rusty Chambers

    Rusty Chambers


    Russell Francis Chambers (November 12, 1953 - July 1, 1981) was an American football linebacker. He played for the New Orleans Saints and the Miami Dolphins. He died in a car accident on July 1, 1981, near Hammond, Louisiana.

  14. Seth Morgan (novelist)

    Seth Morgan (novelist)


    Seth David Morgan (April 4, 1949 - October 17, 1990) was an American novelist, the author of the 1990 novel Homeboy (1990). He was also the fiance of Janis Joplin at the time of her death in October 1970.

  15. Julius Patrick

    Julius Patrick


    Julius Patrick, Jr. (May 16, 1938 – November 26, 2006), was the African-American Democratic mayor of Boyce, in northern Rapides Parish, who died in a head-on collision in a chain-reaction accident on Interstate 10 in Ascension Parish near Gramercy in south Louisiana. Patrick was first elected mayor of Boyce, a community of 1,200, in 1978. He served for twenty-eight consecutive years, while he was simultaneously a full-time educator until his retirement from the Rapides Parish School Board, based in Alexandria.

  16. Audie Pitre

    Audie Pitre


    Audie Thomas Pitre (October 5, 1970 – January 23, 1997) was an American bass guitarist. He also added back-up vocals in Acid Bath (1991–1997) and formed another band known as Shrüm (or simply SHRUM) (1995). Pitre formed Shrüm with the idea to have two bass players, himself and Joseph J. Fontenot, to create a heavy, low-end bass sound with Tomas Viator on electronic drums and Scott Leger on vocals. Shrüm's only album to date is Red Devils & Purple Ringers.

  17. B. F. O'Neal, Jr.

    B. F. O'Neal, Jr.


    Benjamin Franklin O'Neal, Jr., known as B. F. O'Neal, Jr. (June 23, 1922 – April 29, 2004), was a Shreveport businessman and a pioneer in the development of the modern Republican Party in the U.S. state of Louisiana. O'Neal was a member of the Caddo Parish Police Jury (now the Caddo Parish Commission) from 1964 to 1968 and the Louisiana House of Representatives from 1972 to 1988.

  18. Bill Leger

    Bill Leger


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  19. George B. Mowad

    George B. Mowad


    George B. Mowad (February 5, 1932 – September 18, 2000) was a physician and real estate developer who served from 1972 to 1992 as the mayor of Oakdale in Allen Parish, Louisiana.

  20. Henry E. Hardtner

    Henry E. Hardtner

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    Henry Ernest Hardtner (September 10, 1870 – August 7, 1935) was a Louisiana businessman and conservationist regarded as "the father of forestry in the South." He founded and named the town of Urania in La Salle Parish and served single terms as a Democrat in both houses of the Louisiana State Legislature. In 1900 he was the Republican candidate for Louisiana's 5th congressional district, losing to future U.S. Senator Joseph E. Ransdell of Lake Providence in East Carroll Parish.

  21. Ted Taylor (musician)

    Ted Taylor (musician)


    Austin Taylor, better known as Ted Taylor (February 16, 1934 – October 2, 1987) was an American soul musician.

  22. Ken Case

    Ken Case


    Kenneth Craig Case, known as Ken Case (June 14, 1925 – May 10, 2007), was a news anchorman, meteorologist, and sports broadcaster associated with KNOE-TV, the CBS affiliate in Monroe, Louisiana, from 1967 until his retirement in 1987. In addition to the news and weather reports, Case produced the weekly program The Southern Angler, a favorite of fishing enthusiasts.

  23. Eric Andolsek

    Eric Andolsek


    Eric Thomas Andolsek (August 22, 1966 – June 23, 1992) was an offensive lineman with college football's LSU Tigers and the NFL's Detroit Lions, who died in a freak accident at the age of 25.

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