Comments for: Motorcyclist crashes into utility pole in New Gloucester

Posted May 28, 2012, at 10:13 a.m.

NEW GLOUCESTER | A New Gloucester man was taken to an area hospital after crashing his motorcycle into a utility pole. Trooper Joseph Bureau of the Maine State Police said the crash occurred about 2:45 p.m. on Town Farm Road in New Gloucester. Bureau said Gregory Steinbrecher, 20, was …

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  • Anonymous

    He’s very lucky to be alive, given the fact that utility poles aren’t very forgiving. I hope that after he heals, and faces whatever charges are coming, he is more responsible on the road-in EVERY vehicle he drives.

  • Don’t charge him. Give him a break, He’s already road pizza…

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  • Anonymous

    To bad he did not have a protective jacket on but he will live to ride again with no brain trauma because of wearing a helmet.

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