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Bellingham Bulldogs player killed in B.C. crash

Bellingham Bulldogs' Stephen Faoro (45) takes down Snohomish County Vikings running back Erik Emme as the Bulldogs took on the Vikings at Civic Stadium on Saturday June 2, 2012 in Bellingham.
Bellingham Bulldogs' Stephen Faoro (45) takes down Snohomish County Vikings running back Erik Emme as the Bulldogs took on the Vikings at Civic Stadium on Saturday June 2, 2012 in Bellingham. THE BELLINGHAM HERALD

A Bellingham Bulldog who was part of the minor league football team’s title run in 2013 was killed in a car crash over the weekend.

Stephen Faoro was killed when the truck he was driving went off the edge of the Noons Creek Bridge in Port Moody, B.C, early Sunday, Nov. 16, and crashed into the ravine below, accoding to Canadian media.

Faora wore No. 45 as a Bulldog, and the linebacker was a key player in the team winning the Pacific Football League championship in 2013.

The team’s Facebook page has been filling with condolences since the crash.

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