Car Crash Injures 2, Police Blames Alcohol
It’s not the first time that a car crash happened and injured people as a cause of being under the influence of alcohol. In fact, so many lives have been lost already. This is how powerful alcohol is, especially when abused or taken excessively. One minute you are happy and having fun with it. Then after a while its effects kick in and when you can’t get a hold of your self, some dangers are bound to happen.
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A Jeep driven by a Skowhegan woman hit a utility pole and several trees along Route 26, according to the Cumberland County Sheriff’s Office.
Alcohol was a factor in a single-vehicle crash on Route 26 in New Gloucester early Sunday that sent two people to the hospital, according to the Cumberland County Sheriff’s Office.
The crash happened shortly after 1 a.m. when a white 2011 Jeep Patriot driven by Tia White, 26, of Skowhegan was traveling south near 49 Maine St.
The Jeep crossed the centerline and left the road, striking a utility pole and several trees, Capt. Craig Smith said in a written statement.
White suffered minor injuries and was transported to Maine Medical Center in Portland for treatment, as was her passenger, Levi Rajaniemi, 27, of Rumford, who had serious but non-life-threatening injuries, Smith said.
No charges had been filed in connection with the incident as of Sunday afternoon, according to Smith.
The Jeep was totaled and Route 26 was reduced to one travel lane for several hours.
Sheriff’s deputies and firefighters from Gray and New Gloucester responded to the scene.