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An elderly man died on Tuesday while using his power scooter chair to cross a busy Anaheim street, according to police.

The collision occurred at the corner of Lincoln Avenue and Clementine Street. Officers responded to the scene at about 11 a.m.

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The 84-year-old man was using his power scooter to cross the northbound lanes of Lincoln Avenue when he was hit by a white Dodge Caravan, according to Anaheim police Sgt. Robert Dunn.

The man was taken to a local hospital where he was later pronounced dead due to his severe wounds.

The man was later identified by the Orange County Coroner’s Office as Herbert Hamilton of Anaheim.

The accident is still under investigation as police try to determine who had the right-of-way. It was also unknown if Hamilton was crossing within the confines of a crosswalk.

The driver of the Caravan cooperated with police and stayed at the scene. No arrests of citations were reported.

The driver stayed at the scene to talk to police, and no arrests or citations were reported.

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