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Tragic, Fatal Pedestrian in a Cafe Parking Lot in Waterboro, Maine

August 01, 2021

YORK COUNTY, MAINE - According to an online news report published Q1065.FM states that a 12-year-old and a man were tragically killed in a pedestrian accident.*

A vehicle struck the victims while they were standing in the parking lot of the Cozi Corner Cafe in Waterboro, Maine.  The York County Sheriff's Office reported the victims, a 45-year-old Waterboro man and a 12-year-old boy, were awaiting their rides in the Cozi Corner Cafe parking lot when the pedestrian accident transpired.  According to the report, the victims' families were acquaintances. 

At approximately 9 AM, a 64-year-old man from Waterboro was driving his Oldsmobile Alero along Sokokis Trail when, for an unknown reason, he drove his vehicle off of the roadway and into the cafe's parking lot.  The news report states that there were many people outside the cafe waiting to enter, and the crowd divided as the car approached them.  The two victims were not able to move out of the truck's way and were hit. 

The truck driver, whose identity was not made public, was transported to Southern Maine Medical Center.  He has been released from the hospital.  The pedestrian accident is currently under investigation.  There was no report of pending criminal charges at this time.  

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