Updated: Two-car crash halts traffic in Warren
Warren — A two-car crash just after 4 p.m. Aug. 30 halted traffic along Atlantic Highway at North Pond Road in Warren for more than an hour.
Kelly Bradstreet, 53, of Newcastle was stopped on Route 1, waiting to turn onto North Pond Road in a 2003 Pontiac Grand Am.
Christoph Neugebauer, 35, Bronxville, N.Y., who was also traveling north on Route 1 in a tan Ford Explorer, admitted to taking his eyes off the road and when he looked back around he could not avoid running into the rear end of Bradstreet, said Knox County Sheriff's Office Chief Deputy Tim Carroll in a statement Sept. 2.
Bradstreet was transported to Pen Bay Medical Center in Rockport by ambulance for back pain. Her vehicle was a total loss.
There were four passengers in Bradstreet's vehicle. Todd Bradstreet, 34, address unknown, was in the front seat. He was transported to PBMC with complaints of hip and knee pain.
Buddy Bradstreet, 24, of Newcastle, was in the driver's side rear seat. He was not transported, but arrested on a warrant.
A 12-year-old of Newcastle was the middle rear passenger. The youth was treated for facial and head injuries but not transported from the scene.
Angela Webster, 28, address unknown, was in the rear passenger side seat. She was transported to Maine Medical Center in Portland with head, leg, and back injuries.
All three passengers in Neugebauer's vehicle were checked at the scene with no injuries reported. They were Anya Neugebauer, 38, and the couple's two children, ages 3 years old and 11 months.
All persons in both cars were wearing seat belts or in proper child restraint seat, according to Carroll.
Warren and Waldoboro Emergency Medical Services and Fire along with Knox County Sheriff's Office personnel responded to the call.
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