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Teen killed in crash on Route 128 in Danvers

The driver who was killed in an early-morning car crash Saturday in Danvers has been identified as 18-year-old Timothy Chaloux of North Reading, State Police said in a statement. Chaloux was driving south on Route 128 by Exit 23 in a 2011 Honda Civic, when it veered off the roadway into a wooded area, according to the statement. Chaloux was pronounced dead when State Police responded to the scene at about 6:55 a.m.

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