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Pickups sustain major damage in St. Agatha crash

ST. AGATHA, Maine — A Thursday morning crash on Main Street in St. Agatha resulted in two pickup trucks being towed from the scene.

This pickup and another had to be towed from the scene of a Thursday morning crash on Main Street in St. Agatha. (Courtesy of Aroostook County Sheriff’s Office)

Camille Plourde, 80, was exiting the driveway of a private residence while driving a 2004 Ford pickup truck when he was unable to stop and entered the roadway, according to a press release issued Thursday afternoon by the Aroostook County Sheriff’s Office.  

A 2010 Ford pickup traveling southbound on Main Street and operated by Dustin Guerette, 25, struck Plourde’s vehicle.

Both drivers were wearing their seatbelts and neither was seriously injured, according to police.

The vehicles both sustained major damage  and were towed from the scene.

The Maine Forest Service assisted at the scene of the accident.

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