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Police say cause of fatal Peterborough crash unknown
The collision occurred Feb. 28 around 8:30 p.m.
At the time of the collision, that stretch of Route 202 was dark, there were no street lights and Dugrenier was wearing dark clothing at the time, Guinard wrote.
Dugrenier was found in close proximity to the white painted fog line, but investigators could not determine what his exact location was at the time of the collision.
“There is no evidence or statements made by Blais or the eyewitness to indicate that speed was a factor in this collision,” Guinard wrote.
There is no evidence the car experienced mechanical failure or defects prior to or at the time of the accident and the roadway surface was straight, level, paved and dry at the time of the accident.
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