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May 8, 2014 5:10 PM

Motorcyclist killed in North Sacramento hit-and-run lauded by SMUD colleagues

Current and former employees of the Sacramento Municipal Utility District say a motorcyclist who died Tuesday night in a hit-and-run collision in North Sacramento was an outstanding young man who landed a job with the utility through a pilot program targeting Grant High School students.

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