GREENE, ME - A father in Maine driving a snow plow accidentally struck and killed his 6-year-old son on Wednesday, according to a Thursday report .
New York Daily News reported that Kevin Capponi, 36 of Greene, Maine, was backing up his truck and did not see his son, Nathan, who was playing on a scooter in the driveway Wednesday morning.
According to the report, Capponi was clearing up snow in the driveway after a storm.
The boy was reportedly taken to a local hospital where he died from his injuries.
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