- Associated Press - Saturday, November 19, 2016

WELLS, Maine (AP) - Authorities in Maine have identified two victims killed in an accident on the Maine Turnpike in Wells as a 57-year-old man and a 5-year-old boy.

Police say the car in which Earl Gray, of Waterboro, was driving and Wyatt Frost, of Lyman, was a passenger was hit from behind by a truck on Friday afternoon.

Police said Gray was a volunteer driver with York County Community Action and had provided transportation to the boy for a couple of years. The two died when a box truck struck the rear of Gray’s car and then landed on top of it.

Police said the driver of the box truck that struck Gray’s car was 56-year-old John Kamau, of Lowell, Massachusetts. Kamau was delivering mail from New Hampshire to Portland.

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