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 May 3, 2005
Woonsocket man dies in rollover in Lincoln
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LINCOLN, R.I. A 35-year-old Woonsocket man has died after his car rolled over on Route 99 in Lincoln over the weekend.

David Osei was driving north when he drifted off the road, hit a streetlight, and rolled over at about 3 a-m on Saturday, a witness told the police. The victim fell out of the vehicle. Osei was pronounced dead at Rhode Island Hospital.

Police are investigating. It was the second deadly weekend accident in the Blackstone Valley. Also Saturday, James Earl Hanson, of Woonsocket, died when he lost control of his car on Mendon Road in Woonsocket and crashed head-on into another car driving in the opposite direction.

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