A crash that closed a portion of Milo Road in Sebec killed two people and injured a third.

Where Was the Crash?

It was approximately 7:00 Thursday morning when the Piscataquis County Dispatch received calls about a two-vehicle crash with injuries on the Milo Road in Sebec. When members of the Piscataquis County Sheriff's Office arrived at the scene they found two vehicles that had hit head-on.

What Do We Know About the People Involved in the Crash?

Three people were involved in the crash. The driver and passenger in one of the vehicles died at the scene, while the driver of the other vehicle was transported to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries. The names of those involved have not been released by authorities, pending notification of next of kin.

Was Weather a Factor in the Crash?

Officials say an initial investigation suggests road conditions were a contributing factor. The area was in the midst of a snowstorm when the accident happened. That storm was causing slide-offs and crashes in several areas north of Bangor.


We'll update this story as more details of the crash are released. 

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