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Charges Laid In Death Of Good Samaritan, Andrew Green, Who Tried To Help Stranded Motorist

12/10/2012 11:07 EST | Updated 02/09/2013 05:12 EST
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EDMONTON - Charges have been laid in the death of a Good Samaritan killed by a hit-and-run driver last summer.

Andrew Green, 46, had recently moved to Edmonton from Toronto when he saw a stranded motorist on the Anthony Henday freeway.

He pulled over, and while trying to help, was struck by a passing car.

Scott Pattison, with Edmonton Police Service, says it took several months, but they found a suspect.

He says police were helped by a tip to Crime Stoppers after they put out a call on several occasions for witnesses to step forward.

Kieran Porter, 35, of Edmonton has been charged with hit and run, careless driving and fleeing the scene of a crash resulting in death.

Porter is expected in court on Jan. 16.

(CHED)

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