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Newlywed killed in crash

A Somersworth man was driving under the influence Saturday and slammed head on into another car killing a newlywed. Police say the car driven by 43-year-old Matthew Tsopas was traveling on Route 4 Saturday when it crossed the center line.  The other driver was seriously hurt and is now at Massachusetts General in Boston, while his wife, 30-year-old Leah Fonda died later at a hospital.  Police say Tsopas fled but was found a short time later, and is now charged with negligent homicide and felony D-U-I.

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