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Lowell man, 23, dies in fiery Nashua crash
Yan O. Denysenko, 23, of Lowell, was pronounced dead at the scene "based on injuries sustained as a result of the crash," the state police said in a statement.
Police said speed was a "contributing factor" in the crash based on witness statements and roadway evidence, authorities said.
A state trooper and a Nashua police officer removed the man from the fully engulfed 2001 Ford hatchback in the high-speed lane between Exits 5 and 6 around 4:15 a.m.
Traffic was temporarily delayed in the area for about two hours while authorities investigated, police said.
Denysenko was driving alone.
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