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Litchfield man dies after dump truck rolls over, catches fire

A Kennebec County truck driver died despite the efforts of passersby who tried to save him after the truck rolled over and caught fire in New Gloucester on Wednesday.

Richard Parent, 67, of Litchfield, was trapped in the 1994 Chevrolet Kodiak dual-axle truck near 372 Litchfield Road in New Gloucester and pronounced dead at the scene, the Cumberland County Sheriff’s Office said in a statement released on Wednesday.

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