Larry Webster, a 73-year-old man from Spanish Fork, Utah, died after he started to prepare his family’s Easter barbecue meal on the grill — and caught on fire, the family said. He was burned on 48 percent of his body, doctors said, and leaves behind a wife, three children, seven grandchildren and ten great-grandkids.
Larry Webster, a 73-year-old man from Spanish Fork, Utah, died after he started to prepare his family’s Easter barbecue meal on the grill — and caught on fire, the family said. He was burned on 48 percent of his body, doctors said, and leaves behind a wife, three children, seven grandchildren and ten great-grandkids. Screenshot from Loving Larry Facebook
Larry Webster, a 73-year-old man from Spanish Fork, Utah, died after he started to prepare his family’s Easter barbecue meal on the grill — and caught on fire, the family said. He was burned on 48 percent of his body, doctors said, and leaves behind a wife, three children, seven grandchildren and ten great-grandkids. Screenshot from Loving Larry Facebook

Family thought grandpa was lighting the Easter barbecue — but he was on fire

April 05, 2018 03:19 PM