DUSON, LA- A family of 5 had to be taken to Lafayette’s Our Lady of Lourdes Regional Medical Center earlier this afternoon after suffering trauma-related injuries, believed to have been caused by a severe case of under-seasoning in the gumbo that was being prepared at the time.

The Hebert family, who it is believed are all recovering well, were treated within an hour of the incident taking place, after being transported to the facility via ambulance.

“They’re on the mend” confirmed Dr. Keith Barnes, surgeon at Our Lady of Lourdes. “We administered a strong dosage of liquid Tony’s via IV and they seem to be making very good progress. We’re hopeful they’ll be on the way home within a week.”

Dr. Barnes did however remind the public of the dangers of under-seasoning your food if you live within state-lines.

“Seasoning isn’t something you can do half-heartedly” he warned. “Gumbo, steak, toast, Capt’n Crunch, it doesn’t matter. It’s vital you Tony C the shit out of that thing you’re eating. Just throw it in there and get’er done.”

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