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Auburn, Maine

Hit-and-run victim dies; police seek pickup

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The victim of a hit-and-run crash in Auburn, Maine, has died of his injuries. Deputy Police Chief Jason Moen told the Sun Journal that 31-year-old Russell Frechette of Auburn died Saturday, a day after he was struck by a car under a train trestle. Police are trying to determine if Frechette fell off the trestle before being hit by a late model, tan colored pickup truck around 10:20 p.m. Friday. Police are asking anyone who was in the Turner Street area at the time of the crash to contact authorities.

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