A Lewiston teen died when he crashed his dirt bike at a popular off-road park in Minot on Saturday.

Have Officials Released the Teen's Name?

Jessie Moody, 19, of Lewiston was wearing a helmet at the time of the crash, but succumbed to his injuries.

What Happened?

The Maine Warden Service says Game Wardens responded to Hemond's MX and Offroad Park in Minot after a crash that happened at around 11:30 Saturday morning. Officials say Moody was driving a dirt bike on the motocross track when he apparently lost control of the bike, after going over a jump. The teen and the Yamaha YZ dirt bike traveled off the track on a sharp corner and passed through two wooden fences, before colliding with an embankment.

Several agencies responded to the scene of the crash, including Life Flight of Maine and United Ambulance Service.  Medical personnel attempted life-saving measures but Moody passed away at the scene. Officials say he was wearing a helmet.

Were There Any Contributing Factors to the Crash?

An investigation into the cause of the crash is ongoing but, according to the Maine Warden Service, speed appears to have been a contributing factor to the crash. No other dirt bikes or people were involved in this crash.

Our condolences to Jessie Moody's family and friends.

We'll update this story if more details become available.

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