Trenton crash involves three vehicles and a house



TRENTONThe Maine State Police are still investigating a crash involving a box truck, a sport utility vehicle and a car that occurred on Route 3 in Trenton at 8:15 a.m. Thursday.

Maine State Police Trooper Blaine Silk said the box truck had crossed into an oncoming lane and struck a sport utility vehicle, which was struck by a car that had been following the SUV. The truck then struck a house, Silk said.

Christopher Webber, 42, of Bangor was driving north in a Ryder box truck, which hit a southbound Honda SUV driven by Alexander Berger, 27, of Bar Harbor, the trooper said.

A Toyota Camry driven by Terri-Ann Anderson, 57, of Ellsworth had been southbound behind the SUV and was unable to avoid a collision, Silk said.

Everyone was wearing their seat belts, Silk said. However, Anderson and Berger were taken to Northern Light Maine Coast Memorial Hospital with minor injuries.

There was no word on damages to the vehicles or the house.

The Maine State Police Commercial Vehicle Unit assisted with the investigation and charged Webber with a misdemeanor crime of rule violation.

The Hancock County Sheriff’s Department and the Trenton and Lamoine fire departments assisted.

Jennifer Osborn

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