Results of investigation into deadly crash to take weeks
WESTBROOK, Maine (AP) — Police in Maine say the results of an investigation into a deadly traffic crash involving a taxi and a pickup truck will not likely be available for weeks.
The crash happened Monday on the border of Scarborough and Westbrook. It killed 39-year-old Hassan Idris Ali of Lewiston, who was driving the taxi, as well as 50-year-old Gregory Harriman of Sebago and 33-year-old Joshua Stone of Gorham.
The driver of the pickup, 60-year-old Lisa Libby of Hollis, was also taken to Maine Medical Center for injuries. Her condition was unavailable.
Police say they are working to reconstruct the scene of the accident. They’ve said black ice in the area likely played a role in the collision.