There have been several roll-over and car/utility pole accidents in Northern Maine this weekend, due to slippery, slushy roads.

The most serious was in Nashville Plantation, when a Dodge Durango operated by Michelle Labbe of Eagle Lake struck a utility pole on the west side of Route 11 at around 3:30 Sunday morning. Labbe sustained serious injuries in the crash. Passengers in the vehicle, 55-year-old Marie Leblanc, who is the registered owner of the car, and 74-year-old Joseph Davis, were also hurt in the crash. All three were taken to TAMC for treatment.

In Caswell at around 5:17 Saturday afternoon, State Police were called to a rollover on Route 1A. 19-year-old Bret Morgan lost control of his car on the slippery road, crossed the oncoming lane, and the car rolled over onto its roof. Morgan was not injured in the crash.

Also on Saturday, at around 4:20 in the afternoon, State Police were called to an accident in Woodland, where a vehicle struck a utility pole. 28-year-old Emily Hanson of Scarborough was traveling north on Route 161 when she lost control of her Jeep Wrangler on the slippery road. Her vehicle slid off into the ditch and hit a utility pole. Hanson suffered minor injuries and was treated at the scene.

On Friday, a pickup truck driven by Patrick Gendreau was traveling south on U.S. Route 1 in Grand Isle at around 12:30 in the morning, when he fell asleep. His pickup left the road, hit an embankment and some trees, and rolled over. Gendreau then walked home from the crash. About two hours later, a passerby saw the pickup and reported the crash to police. Gendreau was located later in the morning and was charged with failing to report a crash by quickest means. He sustained minor cuts to his face and hands, and complained of pain in both legs.

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