Sanford man one of three who died in Dayton crash

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DAYTON - A Sanford man is among three who died in a single-car crash in Dayton late Saturday night.

Devin Nolan, 20, of Sanford was a passenger in a Buick driven by 33 year-old Jill Ann Theriault of Dayton when it left the roadway on a slight curve on Gould Road at a high rate of speed and hit some trees, according to Maine State Police Trooper Jonathan Heimbach.

Another passenger, Lee Goodrich of Alfred, also died.

Heimbach said the car came to a rest after overturning on the driver's side, adding the three died instantly in the crash.

The crash took place about two miles from Theriault's home.

The trooper said no one in the car had a valid driver's license; all were suspended.

Police did not immediately release whether alcohol may have played a role.

Troopers today will continue their probe to determine where the three had been earlier in the night, and anyone with info is asked to call State Police in Gray at 657-3030.

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