Three injured in rollover crash, one taken by LifeFlight
Washington — An early morning rollover crash on Route 17 in Washington April 28 sent three people to the hospital, one by LifeFlight helicopter.
The accident happened around 5:30 a.m. near Roundhouse Road.
The driver, David Fish, 20, of Appleton was driving east and failed to negotiate a curve, according to a press release from Knox County Sheriff Chief Deputy Tim Carroll. The 2000 Honda Civic traveled down an embankment before flipping over and slamming into a utility pole.
Police said Fish was found under the vehicle as he had been ejected. He was transported by LifeFlight to Central Maine Medical Center in Lewiston with serious injuries. On April 29, Fish was listed in fair condition, according to a hospital spokesman.
The two other passengers in the car, Billy-Ray Denman, 21, of Appleton and Paxton Mohney, 20, of Belfast were taken to Pen Bay Medical Center with minor injuries.
The crash is being reconstructed by Maine State Police and forensic mapping is being done by Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office. The investigation is ongoing as to the cause of the crash.
Union, Sterling and Waldoboro ambulances responded with emergency medical personnel in addition to Washington and Union fire departments, along with Knox County Sheriff's Deputies Matt Elwell and Paul Pinkham.
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