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  • Anonymous

    Im glad he didnt kill him self and anybody else.
    He is a long way from home.

    • Anonymous

       With a name like Fournier, he might have been going to the County to visit someone he knew or was related to.  It is a long trip to make alone though … at any age.

  • Anonymous

    Was it a man or a woman? You seem to have a hard time knowing which is which.

    • Anonymous

      What are you talking about?  Here’s some clues form the article:
      ” An elderly Massachusetts man was flown by LifeFlight helicopter ”
      “Henry Fournier, 79, of Haverhill, Mass., was northbound when his Chevy Caprice”
      “apparently suffered cuts to his face and hands.”

      Your clues are: MAN, HENRY, and HIS.

      • Anonymous

        I think deerhntr was looking at the “similar articles” boxes down below the story and saw the photo with the caption “Millbridge woman. . . .” That’s my charitable surmise.

    • Anonymous

      Trouble with reading comprehension? The headline says “man”, the caption under the picture says “man”,  the very first sentence says “man” and “his”, the second paragraph says “Henry” and “his”, and the third paragraph says “his.” I’m going to go out on a limb here, and guess that he’s a male.

      • Anonymous

        You guys keep surmising Deerhntr can r e a d !

    • Anonymous

       “An elderly Massachusetts man’ … “his Chevy Caprice”” … ‘suffered cuts to his face and hands. He was being evaluated'” clearly it was a man. 

      • Anonymous

        He had one 2 weeks ago that said”an unidentified woman in the picture”, I can tell you for sure it was not a women in the picture.

        • Anonymous

          Was she/he from Lubec?

          • Anonymous

            What does that have to do with anything?

          • Anonymous

            Ever seen some of gurlz from Lubec?

          • Anonymous

            uummmmmm……..I have family and friends that live in Lubec. I would suggest you tone it down with the remarks! And, again, what does that have to do with this article?

          • Anonymous

            SCHWINGGGGGG!

  • Anonymous

    I guess there isn’t much to report on, when an accident is reported such as this, funny how it remarked that this area is a 75 mph. Hummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
     

    • Anonymous

      Just wait till they report a collision with a Moose doing 75!

  • Anonymous

    slow down people , these things happen very fast and a life is lost , split second and your gone , not worth the 5 minutes saved on any trip.

  • Anonymous

    i love that 75mph, actually 81 :) 35 minutes to the medway exit from bangor ,sweet !!!

    • Anonymous

      you need to get busted.  People like you are detriment to themselves and those that drive safely on the highway.  Exactly why i think 75 is too fast.  someday you will regret your bragging.

      • Anonymous

        Waaa

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  • Anonymous

    Most of the staff at EMMC do not care for the patient or family of the patient. My spouse was a patient there off and on the last few years of his life. Less than 6 mos. before he died, a jerk from Northeast Neuphrology told him he was going to be dead in 6 mos. if, he didn’t allow them to do dialysis. They did not wait for him to have any family there, did not discuss it with him, just flat out stated he would be dead. Where is the compassion in that? Where were the caring nurses when he laid there without being washed up and without the bedside table within reach? If this is an example of caring, shoot me before you decide that I need to go to EMMC.
    That said, I wish the 79 year old gentleman speedy recovery.

    • Anonymous

      Why didn’t you make a complaint or move him to another hospital? You ARE entitled to a second opinion. Sorry about your loss.

  • Walter St Peter

    We can be thankful for LifeFlight..

  • Anonymous

    Since the speed limit has been increased to 75 has there been any MORE accidents than previously?  I’m thinking not at all.

    • Anonymous

      I’m thinking give it more time.

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