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The Windsor Star Published: Sunday, October 12, 2008

TECUMSEH -- Jeffrey LeBlanc was doing what he loved most when he was killed late Saturday night in a collision between two motorcycles.

The 41-year-old McGregor man was on his 1996 Harley Davidson and southbound on the 9th Concession just after 11 p.m. when his fellow rider ahead suddenly braked and veered, attempting to avoid an animal that had darted in front of her 2007 Ducati 695.

LeBlanc struck the Ducati from behind, with both riders knocked off their motorcycles onto the pavement just north of the Highway 401 overpass. He was thrown into the west-side guard rail and pronounced dead at the scene.

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Dalton Timmis