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Car careens onto Maine field during boys’ baseball game, killing 1

Car careens onto Maine field during boys’ baseball game, killing 1

Bystander video showed a maroon sedan driving across home plate and up the third base line.

"I saw the auto pull out of the gate right over there, and this guy had some kids with him".

In a Facebook post, the Sanford Maine Little League wrote: "We want to share our heartfelt gratitude that physically all of our players from Babe Ruth and Little League are safe".

Sanford police Cpl. Matthew Gagne on Saturday afternoon said Sharrow was being held without bail.

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Police arrested Carol Sharrow, 51, on a charge alleging manslaughter. She was convicted of aggravated driving under the influence in New Hampshire in 2002 and was charged with operating under the influence by York County Sheriff's Office, in ME, at an uncertain date, WMTW reported.

Jones said police received a call around 7:09 p.m. of a vehicle on the field at Goodall Park.

In the final moments of his life, Parkhurst reportedly did what he could to protect the young Little League players in Sanford as the vehicle allegedly driven by Carol Sharrow drove through the field.

Sanford is a town of about 20,000 people located 45 miles southeast of Portland, Maine. Clifton said he rushed over to Parkhurst and "it did not look good".

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Douglas Parkhurst, 68, who was killed Friday, had in 2013 confessed to killing a child in a hit-and-run case in 1968, a report said.

A vehicle hit Ashby while traveling northbound and did not stop following the accident. She refused and was never told why they wanted her to say this, but she assumed it had to do with the accident. The Post-Standard archives. Police found front-end damage on Buick in 1968 but police never followed through, the articles reported.

According to a 2013 press release from Fulton Police Department, "During these interviews Parkhurst admitted to consuming alcohol prior to driving through the City of Fulton on October 31, 1968".

Sanford Police and Maine State Police continue investigating the incident.

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