Oxford man seriously injured in head-on crash

A 2000 Subaru Legacy driven by Danielle Giansanti is totaled on Coldwater Brook Road after a head-on collision that injured the drivers in both vehicles. Giansanti was transported to Stephens Memorial Hospital in Norway, according to police.
Tony Reaves | BDN
A 2000 Subaru Legacy driven by Danielle Giansanti is totaled on Coldwater Brook Road after a head-on collision that injured the drivers in both vehicles. Giansanti was transported to Stephens Memorial Hospital in Norway, according to police.
By Tony Reaves, Sun Journal
Posted Oct. 02, 2012, at 9:28 p.m.

OXFORD, Maine — A local man was seriously injured Tuesday when his car and one driven by a Norway woman collided head-on on Coldwater Brook Road, police said.

David Foster, 69, of Oxford was listed in fair condition at Central Maine Medical Center in Lewiston on Tuesday night, a nursing supervisor said. The type and extent of his injuries were not disclosed.

Treated for facial injuries and released from Stephens Memorial Hospital was 22-year-old Danielle Giansanti of Norway, the other driver involved, officials said.

Oxford police officer Alan Coffin said the cause of the 12:30 p.m. crash in under investigation. He said Foster was trapped in his Nissan Versa after it and Giansanti’s 2000 Subaru Legacy hit head-on.

Lt. Michael Ward said a jogger running on the road was hit by flying car parts from the collision, but wasn’t injured.

 

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