Vigil held for Struthers toddler

Adan Dorman vigil
Adan Dorman vigil

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A vigil was held Monday night to remember a young child killed in a tragic accident in Struthers.

Family and friends gathered at 20 Euclid Ave., where 22-month-old Adan Dorman lost his life one week ago.  He was struck by an SUV backing out of the driveway at the address.

Adan was playing there and the driver did not see him.

A benefit diner will be held from 5 to 9 p.m. Friday at St. Nick’s Hall in Struthers to help pay for funeral expenses.

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