State Police Have Issued A Correction To The Maine Toy Run Accident
State Police have issued a correction to the information they released last week on the Augusta motorcycle crash on September 10 that killed two men and injured several others.
Based on new information, Troopers now say that the motorcycle that veered into the passing lane and collided with a pickup truck was operated by 25 year old Aaron White-Sevigny of Windsor. White-Sevigny died from injuries in the crash, as did a second motorcyclist, 58 year old Jamie Gross of Belmont. Last week Gross was identified as the operator who veered into the passing lane that set off the chain reaction crash involving the pickup truck and several motorcycles.
Troopers continue to investigate the crash.They say the correction was based on interviews and examinations of the motorcycles.
The crash on Interstate 95 took place during the United Bikers of Maine Toy Run as several thousand motorcycles were taking part in the event from the Augusta Civic Center to the Windsor Fairgrounds. Family members of both men have been notified of the new information.