GOULDSBORO — Two vehicles collided, but neither driver was seriously injured in a Sept. 15 accident on Route 1 near Ives Landing Lane. William Riveria-Cappas of Winter Harbor was driving a 2008 Toyota Yaris, which struck the rear of a 2006 Toyota Tundra driven by Thomas Mosley of Hancock. The Tundra sustained moderate damage and was towed from the scene. Both motorists’ condition was evaluated by Schoodic EMS and Gouldsboro Fire Chief Tate McLean, according to Gouldsboro Police Officer Adam Brackett, who responded to the accident.
Infant transported to hospital
A 10-month-old child from Prospect Harbor was transported in stable condition for evaluation to Northern Light Maine Coast Hospital in Ellsworth on Sept. 16. McLean, Schoodic EMS, Gouldsboro Police Chief Patrick McNulty and Officer Brackett had responded to a medical emergency call involving a breathing issue at a Prospect Point residence.
Acadia medical emergency
On Sept. 16, Brackett, McNulty and McLean assisted Acadia National Park rangers with a medical emergency on the Schoodic Loop Road. The park visitor, whose medical condition was assessed by Chief McLean, elected to seek treatment at the Eleanor Widener Dixon Clinic in Gouldsboro.
Brackett is investigating the reported theft of a canoe from a Route 1 residence on Sept. 15.
Burglar alarm tripped
In Corea, a Crowley Island Road residence’s burglary alarm was accidentally set off Sept. 15. Chief McNulty responded to the call.
On Sept. 17, a Birch Harbor resident was found to be fine after Brackett and McNulty conducted a well-being check at a Faulkingham Drive residence.
On Sept. 17, Brackett and McNulty issued a few speeding warnings as part of their ongoing campaign targeting certain areas including Birch Harbor’s Main Street, the Corea Road and Western Bay Road.