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■  TRAIN FATALITY Authorities are investigating the death of an 18-year-old man who was struck by an MBTA commuter train Monday night in Concord. The man, whose name was not released, was struck while on the tracks of the Fitchburg line around 10:30 p.m. Sunday, according to the Transit Police, which are leading the investigation along with Middlesex District Attorney Marian T. Ryan and Concord police. The incident took place where the tracks run near Nashoba Road, according to Transit Police. “Foul play is NOT suspected,” Transit Police wrote in a posting on the department’s website.

 TROLLEY INJURY A 17-year-old was seriously injured when he was struck by a Green Line train around 9:15 p.m. Monday, according to Transit Police. Police said the teenager unexpectedly walked onto the tracks at Waban Station on the D branch of the Green Line, where he was hit by the train. The teenager, who lives in the area, was taken to the hospital for treatment and is expected to survive, Transit Police said Tuesday. Police said they do not believe the Waban incident is suspicious.


 FENTANYL CHARGES A 31-year-old man is facing charges in New Hampshire that he allegedly sold fentanyl in Massachusetts that made its way to New Hampshire and killed a man. Viterbo Enrique-Minaya, also known as Francisco Rodriguez-Benitez, was charged with selling fentanyl with death resulting, the New Hampshire attorney general’s office said in a statement. It was the first time the attorney general has brought charges against someone who sold drugs in Massachusetts, the statement said. Enrique-Minaya faces a potential life sentence in New Hampshire state prison, according to the statement.

 VEHICLE CRASHES Authorities responded to two multiple-vehicle crashes on Interstate 95 in Wellesley and Peabody during the Tuesday morning commute, State Police said. The first crash was reported in Wellesley around 6:30 a.m. in the southbound lanes of I-95, near the interchange with Route 9. At one point, three travel lanes were closed while first responders assisted people in the vehicles and investigated, according to State Police. About two hours later, State Police reported the second multiple-vehicle crash in the southbound lanes near Exit 44 in Peabody. At least one person was injured in the Peabody crash.