Archive for the ‘Maine Truck Accidents’ Category
PARIS, ME – Two women were injured Friday morning after they were involved in a truck accident in Oxford County, Maine. The truck driver may face charges in the rear-end collision which occurred on State Route 26 near the town of Paris, ME. The truck accident area is in the south central part of Maine, about 48 miles west of the state capitol of Augusta, ME and about 99 miles north of Dover, New Hampshire.
On Friday morning, October 15, 53 year old William LeTarte of Dummer, New Hampshire was driving a Freightliner semi trailer truck south on State Route 26, traveling through Oxford County, Maine. Route 26 is known locally as Bethel Road. The tanker trailer truck was carrying a load of fuel in several tanks and bore the logo of Bill LeTarte Trucking, based in Milan, NH. ... Read More
SCARBOROUGH, ME – One student was killed and three others injured in a truck accident Saturday, May 8, 2010, in Cumberland County, Maine that occurred as they were traveling to their Senior Prom. The deadly collision happened in Scarborough at the intersection of Holmes and Payne Roads. The accident area is southwest of the Portland metropolitan region in the far south section of the state, about 9 miles west of Cape Elizabeth, ME and 49 miles north of Portsmouth, New Hampshire.
On Saturday 18 year old Stephen Delano, a senior at Scarborough High School was driving a 2006 white Pontiac G6 west on Holmes Road in Scarborough, ME. Mr. Delano had three passengers in the car with him, his best friend Kevin Grondin, and their two female dates. The four teens were headed to the Gorham High School Prom which was held at the Italian Heritage Center in Portland. The two females are students at Gorham High in Gorham. ... Read More
SHERMAN, ME – On April, 2, 2010, a truck accident involving a Foster Farms semi truck on a Maine Interstate 95 injured two men Friday afternoon. The truck accident occurred on I-95 in Aroostook County near the town of Sherman, ME. The accident area is in the far northeast section of the state near the border with New Brunswick, Canada, 82 miles north of Bangor, ME and 156 miles south of Edmundston, New Brunswick, Canada.
At about 1:00 p.m. Friday afternoon, a work crew for the Maine Department of Transportation was working on Interstate 95 near the town of Sherman, ME. A state dump truck was parked behind the work crew for their protection, 59 year old Maitland Stevens of Island Falls, ME was sitting behind the wheel of the parked MDOT dump truck. ... Read More