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8-Year-Old Boy Dies A Week After Crash

CLATSKANIE, Ore. (AP) - Oregon State Police say an 8-year-old Longview boy who was injured in a crash April 14 near Clatskanie died Sunday at a hospital.
    
Police say Noah A. Waite-Brown was fatally injured in the crash that also killed his father, 36-year-old Lucas William Brown of Longview.
    
Six other people, including three more children, were injured in the head-on collision on Highway 30.
    
Troopers say the car driven by Brown crossed the centerline on a curve.

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