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Fake News - ‘Saved by the Bell’ Star Dennis Haskins Killed in Automobile Accident

The article: "‘Saved by the Bell’ Star Dennis Haskins Killed in Automobile Accident," published on the website 'www.cnn.com .so', is NOT true. Dennis Haskins, best known for his role as principal Richard Belding in the teen sitcom 'Saved by the Bell', that ran from 1989 to 2000 on NBC, is not dead.
Fake News - ‘Saved by the Bell’ Star Dennis Haskins Killed in Automobile Accident
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Fake News - ‘Saved by the Bell’ Star Dennis Haskins Killed in Automobile Accident


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Fake News - ‘Saved by the Bell’ Star Dennis Haskins Killed in Automobile Accident

The article: "‘Saved by the Bell’ Star Dennis Haskins Killed in Automobile Accident," published on the website 'www.cnn.com .so', is NOT true. Dennis Haskins, best known for his role as principal Richard Belding in the teen sitcom 'Saved by the Bell', that ran from 1989 to 2000 on NBC, is not dead.

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‘Saved by the Bell’ Star Dennis Haskins Killed in Automobile Accident

Dennis Haskins

Dennis Haskins, best known for his role as principal Richard Belding in the teen sitcom Saved by the Bell, which ran from 1989 to 1993 on NBC, died in a single vehicle crash on Tennessee State Route 66 near Sevierville.
He was pronounced dead at the scene by paramedics responding to the vehicle accident and was identified by photo ID found on his body. Alcohol and drugs do not appear to have been a factor in this accident.

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