According to WGME 13, a Maine Sheriff's Deputy was struck and killed Thursday morning while responding to a call in Trenton.

Hancock County Sheriff's Office says Deputy Luke Gross was on his way to a call about a vehicle being off the road in the town of Trenton at about 4AM on Route 3. While the officer was on the scene of the incident, he was struck by another vehicle and injured. Sadly, Gross did not survive his injuries.

The Hancock County Sheriff's Office said in part of a statement,

The family is appreciative of all of your thoughts and prayers as they deal with this tragedy. We ask that you please honor their request and give them the space needed to grieve.

We will continue to update this story as more details become available.

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