Caribou Car Crash With Injuries Causes Two Of The Victims To Be Life Flighted
An auto collision took place this morning in Caribou, Maine that resulted in serious injuries with two of the victims being life flighted to Eastern Maine Medical Center.
According to a report by Chief Michael Gahagan from the Caribou Police Department two vehicles collided Tuesday morning at approximately 11:45 a.m. on the Fort Road just beyond the East Presque Isle Road intersection.
Officers responded to the scene along with the Caribou Fire and Ambulance and reported that 29-year old Danielle Nichols, of Caribou, was traveling west on the Fort Road when she collided her 2003 Chevy Impala into a 2017 Mitsubishi Outlander operated by 79-year old Jeannette St. Pierre and her 81-year old passenger, Albert St. Pierre, both of Fort Fairfield.
All of the victims were transported to Cary Medical Center with serious injuries. While Jeannette St. Pierre was admitted at Cary Medical Center, Albert St. Pierre and Danielle Nichols were lift flighted to Eastern Maine Medical Center.
The cause of the collision is still under investigation.