Two Maine men die in fiery Arundel truck crash

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Scene of Thursday's tragic crash in Arundel. (YSCO photo)

ARUNDEL, Maine - Two Maine men died in a fiery truck crash on Thursday afternoon in Arundel.

The single-vehicle accident occurred on Log Cabin Road in the vicinity of Fairfield Drive around 1:30 p.m when York County Sheriff's deputies say a truck driven by Jacob Dupuis, 20, of Gorham, was headed east

left the roadway and crashed into a tree.

The impact caused the vehicle to burst into flames, entrapping the occupants inside the cab.

Both Dupuis and a passenger, Henry O'Neill, 19, of Standish, died in the crash.

Dupuis was operating a 2008 GMC Sierra rack body truck owned by Carter Design Group.

The crash is being reconstructed by the MSP assisted by the York County Sheriff's office. Log Cabin Road was closed for about four hours as responders worked the scene.

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