June 21, 2018
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Car seriously injures 2 pedestrians in Livermore Falls

By Donna M. Perry, Sun Journal

LIVERMORE FALLS, Maine — Two people were seriously injured Sunday afternoon when they were hit by a car as they were walking along Route 17, police Chief Ernest Steward Jr. said Tuesday. The driver also was injured, he said.

Grace Judd, 72, of Livermore Falls was listed in critical condition and her son, Henry, 43, was listed in fair condition Tuesday at Central Maine Medical Center in Lewiston, a hospital spokeswoman said.

Both received severe injuries and were taken by NorthStar EMS ambulance to the hospital, he said.

Robert Winner, 69, of Fayette, received minor injuries in the accident reported at 2:06 p.m.. He was driving a 1998 Subaru Legacy registered to Tami Winner of Fayette, Steward said.

The accident was reported at 2:06 p.m.

The details of the accident remain under investigation.

Livermore Falls reserve officer Adam Sage initially responded and called in Lt. Thomas Gould to be the primary investigator.

Maine State Police Troopers Breanne Petrini, William Plourde and Sam Tlumac responded to assist in the investigation.

Trooper Aaron Turcotte reconstructed and the accident. A report is expected to be issued soon, Steward said.

Livermore Falls firefighters conducted traffic control.

Police had the car impounded at Allie Bond’s Auto Body in East Livermore.


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