NAPLES WOMAN “CRITICAL” AFTER CASCO CRASH

by Gair on December 19, 2012

A 33-YEAR-OLD NAPLES WOMAN WAS REPORTED TO BE IN CRITICAL CONDITION WEDNESDAY AFTER BEING TAKEN TO MAINE MEDICAL CENTER WITH LIFE THREATENING INJURIES AFTER A CRASH IN CASCO THE PREVIOUS DAY.

CUMBERLAND COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE LT. TOM WILLIAMS SAYS SABRINA CLOUTIER WAS A PASSENGER IN A 2011 CHEVROLET PICKUP TRUCK WHEN THE DRIVER – IDENTIFIED AS 39-YEAR-OLD SHAWN TROTTIER – ALSO OF NAPLES (MAINE) – LOST CONTROL SHORTLY BEFORE 8:15 A.M. TUESDAY WHILE SOUTHBOUND ON POLAND SPRING RD – ROUTE 11 – JUST SOUTH OF WEBBS MILLS RD. – AND SPUN INTO THE ONCOMING LANE OF TRAFFIC.

WILLIAMS SAYS THE ROAD WAS ICY AND WET AT THE TIME.

TROTTIER’S PICKUP WAS THEN HIT IN THE PASSENGER’S SIDE DOOR BY A NORTHBOUND 2008 FREIGHTLINER BOX TRUCK BEING DRIVEN BY 46-YEAR-OLD MAX WALTON OF LIVERMORE FALLS.

TROTTIER AND CLOUTIER HAD TO BE EXTRICATED FROM THE PICKUP BY FIRE PERSONNEL AND TROTTIER WAS TAKEN TO MAINE MEDICAL CENTER WITH NON LIFE THREATENING INJURIES, INCLUDING BROKEN BONES.

WALTON WAS TAKEN TO BRIDGTON HOSPITAL WITH MINOR INJURIES.

WILLIAMS SAYS ALL THREE PEOPLE WERE WEARING SEATBELTS AT THE TIME OF THE CRASH.

THE ROAD NEAR THE CRASH WAS CLOSED WHILE EMERGENCY RESPONDERS WORKED AT THE SCENE.

THE CAUSE IS STILL UNDER INVESTIGATION. WINDHAM POLICE ARE ASSISTING.

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