Linneus Woman Extracted from Car in Hodgdon Mills Road Crash
A 35-year-old Linneus woman was extracted from her car Saturday morning after a single vehicle rollover accident on Hodgdon Mills Road.
Trooper Kilcollins, Maine State Police, Troop F said Alicia Dwyer was not wearing her seat belt. She was treated for non-life threatening injuries at Houlton Regional Hospital. Her husband and child were also in the vehicle. They were both wearing seat belts, and were uninjured in the crash. Their ages and names were not released.
Dwyer lost control of her 2007 Chevrolet Malibu when she hit slush and crossed the center line, said Trooper Kilcollins. She went into a ditch, hit a hard snowbank, and rolled over on the passenger side into some trees.
The accident happened around 10:56 a.m. Linneus and Houlton Fire Departments assisted and extracted her from the vehicle.