One person has died after a two-vehicle crash on icy roads in Lincoln.

Where Did This Happen?

Interim Police Chief Mark Leonard says the crash was reported just before 10:30 Saturday morning. Officers responded to the intersection of Route 6 and Buena Vista Drive for a two-vehicle crash and found one person deceased. Officials say the person received fatal injuries in the crash. The driver of the same vehicle refused medical treatment at the scene. The driver of the second vehicle was transported by Lincoln Ambulance to Penobscot Valley Hospital for non-life-threatening injuries.

Have Police Released the Identity of the People Involved in the Crash?

The names of those involved have not been released.

What Caused the Crash?

There were multiple crashes on Saturday, due to slippery road conditions. Lincoln Police caution drivers to be mindful of black ice when they are traveling and to slow down when winter weather starts affecting travel.

We'll update this story when more details are released.

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