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December 30, 2014 at 7:54 AM

Logging truck runs over driver near Sedro-Woolley

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The driver of a logging truck was struck by his rig in Sedro-Woolley Tuesday morning. (Photo by Mark Francis / Washington State Patrol)

The Associated Press

SEDRO-WOOLLEY — The Washington State Patrol says a logging truck driver was run over and killed by his own truck Tuesday morning on a logging road near Sedro-Woolley.

The patrol says driver got out to check on a problem with the truck when it rolled forward.

A trooper told KOMO Radio the victim is a 56-year-old Sequim man.

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