A collision between two vehicles in Hollis claimed the life of a man who was a passenger.

The Crash Happened Tuesday evening in Hollis

Troy Tanguay, 51, of Saco was riding in a vehicle in Hollis on Tuesday when the crash happened. He died at the scene.

Maine State Police Troopers responded to a call near 661 Cape Road in Hollis at approximately 5:30 Tuesday night for a fatal crash. When Troopers arrived, they found a Dodge Ram, operated by 60-year-old Sean Foley of Lyman, and a Subaru Impreza driven by 28-year-old Emily Rea of Saco. Tanguay was a passenger in Rea's vehicle.

Police Say One Vehicle Pulled Into the Other's Lane to Make a Turn

An initial investigation into the circumstances of the crash indicates that Foley's Dodge Ram was traveling southbound on Cape Road and Rea's Impreza was traveling north. Maine Department of Public Safety spokesperson Shannon Moss says Rea pulled her vehicle into the oncoming lane to make a turn and was struck by Foley, who could not stop his pickup truck in time.

Officials Continue to Investigate the Crash

Tanguay, who was a passenger in Rea's vehicle, was pronounced dead at the scene. Rea was transported to Maine Medical Center with minor injuries and Foley wasn't hurt.

The crash remains under investigation.

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

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