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Homeless Man Run Over, Car Chase After Explosives Thrown At Homeless

(Portland, CA) -- A homeless man living in an RV encampment in Northeast Portland is dead after being hit and killed by a car that was chasing a pickup. The pickup had driven by the homeless camp, and passengers were throwing some sort of explosive fireworks at them. Twenty-six-year-old Travis Philmlee Jr., who lived with his father in an RV at the camp, stood by the road and threw a hammer at the truck as it sped by. He missed, and when he tried to retrieve the hammer, he was struck by the car that was chasing the truck at about 50 miles per hour. Both the truck and car driver fled the scene. Anyone with information is asked to contact Portland Police.

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