Semi skids on icy Maine street, walloping a number of vehicles

Sprint cam and safety cameras captured a sudden and critical semi truck crash that occurred on an icy Maine roadway final week.

The crash occurred round 9:45 a.m. on November 25 at Mile Hill Highway in New Sharon, in line with the Franklin County Sheriff’s Workplace (FCSO).

You may view sprint cam video of the crash beneath. This collision happens across the 1:45 mark if you happen to’re in a rush.

Police say that 41 12 months previous Massachusetts-based truck driver Jean Fanfan, 41, was northbound on Mile Hill Highway when he misplaced management of his 2022 Peterbilt because of ice on the roadway.

From FCSO:

The Peterbilt struck a parked 2016 Subaru Forrester which was within the northbound breakdown lane dealing with downhill and had been pushed by Julie Burdin (30) of Robust, this brought on the truck to veer to the alternative facet of the street driving its nostril right into a deep ditch. Because the truck was doing that, its trailer pivoted round 180 levels and struck a 2015 Subaru which was parked within the southbound breakdown lane dealing with uphill and had been pushed by Nancy Lloyd (62) of Falmouth. Lloyd was standing outdoors of her automobile and was on the cellphone when the truck’s trailer slid sideways into her automobile. Lloyd dove for the bottom because the trailer field handed over her physique placing her automobile in addition to a 2008 Chevy Pickup which was parked behind the Lloyd automobile had been pushed Wyatt Campbell (16) of Phillips who was additionally out of his automobile alongside together with his father Ruben Campbell (53) of Phillips. Ruben was struck by the trailer field and thrown to the bottom.

FCSO mentioned that “a number of personnel from the accident scene” have been transported to a close-by hospital.

You may click on right here to view video of the identical crash captured on a neighbor’s safety digital camera system. 

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