LEWISTON — Two motorists escaped with minor accidents Wednesday afternoon after pickup vans collided on Sabattus Road, sending 1 of them flipping into a property.
The wreck throughout the avenue from Bourque’s Industry was described at 4:20 p.m. and introduced law enforcement, fire and rescue crews from all directions.
According to law enforcement, Kaileb Turcotte, 31, of Auburn was driving on Sabattus Road and turning onto Genest Avenue when his Ford F-150 was T-boned by an additional Ford pickup driven by Alec McBean of Wilton.
Turcotte’s truck flipped following the affect, a witness claimed, and rolled into the front lawn of a three-story condominium dwelling at 641 Sabattus St., sending a resource box, animal cages and ladders sailing out of the truck’s bed. The truck came to relaxation on its facet.
As gasoline poured from the underside of the overturned truck, firefighters scrambled to free of charge Turcotte from the overturned truck. He was aware, notify and equipped to wander on his very own once he was out of the truck, a witness stated.
He was afterwards taken by ambulance to Central Maine Healthcare Heart to be examined for slight injuries.
McBean, who experienced been driving a truck owned by Spencer Group Paving of Turner, did not surface very seriously harm, although the front end of his automobile was badly weakened in the wreck.
Police and hearth crews shut down a part of Sabattus Avenue along with at the very least just one nearby facet avenue. Sabattus Road was minimal to a person lane of travel whilst the scene was being cleared and police began their investigation.