A driver suffered life-threatening injuries when his car struck a mobile home being hauled on a trailer in Wiscasset.

Who Was Hurt?

Ryan Graffam, 25, of Friendship was driving a Ford Mustang just before 5:30 Wednesday morning on Bath Road in Wiscasset when the crash happened.

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How Did the Crash Happen?

Officials say Graffam's vehicle crossed the center line and was driving toward a truck and loaded trailer, being driven by Ronald Cunliffe of Pennsylvania. The trailer was carrying a mobile home, which was being delivered to Boggs Mobile Homes in Warren. According to the Sun Journal, Cunliffe pulled his truck as far to the right as possible, to try and avoid Graffam's Mustang. The car missed the front of the truck, but struck a corner of the mobile home. The vehicle remained stuck under the mobile home until it hit the rear axles and was pushed toward the side of the road.

Wiscasset Fire and Rescue arrived on the scene and found Graffam with potentially life-threatening injuries. He was taken to Mid-Coast Hospital and then flown via Life Flight to Maine Medical Center in Portland.

Were There Any Contributing Factors to the Crash?

The road was shut down for more than five hours, while crews cleared the scene and disposed of the destroyed mobile home. This crash remains under investigation but officials say speed and alcohol do not appear to have been factors.

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

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