Corinth Man Dies When Truck He Was Driving Crashes On Hudson Road Sunday Evening
Authorities are still trying to determine what caused the crash that killed a young Corinth man Sunday evening.
According to the Penobscot Sheriff's Office, dispatchers got a call just before 7:30 PM Sunday that a vehicle had crashed on Hudson Road (which is also Route 43) in Corinth.
"Responders from the Corinth Fire Department, Hudson Fire Department, Mayo Ambulance and the Penobscot County Sheriff’s Office discovered that a 2005 GMC Sierra pick-up truck was traveling westbound and had left the roadway and flipped over before coming to rest in the woods. The lone occupant of the pick-up truck, Cody Crooker, 31 years old of Corinth, was found to be deceased as the result of the crash.Crash Reconstructionist, Forensic Mappers and investigators from the Penobscot County Sheriff’s Office responded to the scene. "
Members of the Sherrif's Office continue to look into what might have led the truck to leave the roadways. They have not yet released the cause of the accident.
Our deepest condolences go out to Mr. Crooker's family, friends and community.
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