Driver killed in turnpike crash was esteemed longtime volunteer

Volunteer driver killed in crash remembered

The driver killed in a violent crash that shut down the northbound lanes of the Maine Turnpike for close to five hours Friday was an esteemed longtime volunteer at York County Community Action Corp.

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Earl Gray, 57, of Waterboro and his passenger, 5-year-old Wyatt Frost of Lyman, were killed as Gray was driving Wyatt to an educational program Friday afternoon. A box truck slammed into the rear of Gray’s car about 3 miles north of Exit 19 in Wells as the two traveled north, rode up its roof and crashed down on it. The impact drove Gray’s car into a tractor-trailer in front of it.

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