UPDATE @ 11:30 AM on January 5th, 2023
According to a news release from the Maine Department of Public Safety, the crash occurred at about 8:05 AM. The news release describes that a box truck run by 22 years of age Manuel Depina-Gonolves, of Boston, was taking a trip southbound when he crashed into a completely filled cement truck.
Depina-Gonolves was stuck in his truck and needed to be drawn out, While his injuries were extreme, they were not harmful.
59 years of age Peter Macdonald, of South Berwick, the motorist of the cement truck, was not hurt in the crash
The news release goes on to state:
Preliminary examination shows speed and following to close were consider the crash. The lane has actually been re-opened to traffic. The Maine State Police were helped on scene by the Kittery Fire Department and the Maine Turnpike Authority Maintenance teams.
The initial story follows …
According to a report on WGME’s site, 2 tractor trailers have actually clashed near Kittery today.
The report appears to show that the crash occurred on the southbound side of the highway.
One of the chauffeurs was caught inside their truck and required to be drawn out. According to Maine State Police cannon fodders, the injuries were non-life threatening.
The crash stays under examination.
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