Comments for: Hermon head-on collision shuts down Route 2; Bradley man taken to hospital

Posted Feb. 18, 2012, at 1:57 p.m.
Last modified Feb. 19, 2012, at 6 p.m.

HERMON | Traffic on Route 2 came to a standstill for about 40 minutes Saturday after two pickups collided head-on shortly after noon, sending one man to the hospital. Jamison Stoddard, 36, of Bradley was driving a Ford F-150 pickup when he attempted to turn right into Central Maine …

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  • Anonymous

    Glad nobody got seriously hurt.

  • Anonymous

    Hope they are ok.  I REALLY want to see Ford Vs. Chevy pictures.  PLEASE BDN!!!

    • The scene was cleared before I could make it through all the traffic, so we weren’t able to grab a picture. 

  • Anonymous

    Russel owns Patten Insurance in Hermon, i bet his vehicle is covered, hope the other guy is !

    • Anonymous

      Hmmm, I would not be so quick to assume that….

      • Anonymous

        LOL Its funny you should say that ! If you know Russell its even funnier 

  • Anonymous


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