Head-on accident in Belgrade sends drivers to hospital


State Trooper Michael Pion, right, Kennebec County Sheriff’s Sgt. Frank Hatch, left, and Private Pat Munzig inspect an SUV and Chevrolet Cruze that hit the national road 135 in Belgrade head-on Tuesday morning. The drivers of the two vehicles had to be extricated by the Belgrade Fire & Rescue rescuers. The drivers, who sustained multiple injuries, were then taken to hospital, police said. Journal Andy Molloy / Kennebec Buy this photo

BELGRADE – Two drivers suffered multiple injuries Tuesday morning when their vehicles hit Manchester Road in Belgrade head-on, officials said.

A Chevrolet Cruze SUV and sedan collided around 9:30 a.m. on a curved area of ​​State Route 135, north of Bartlett Road.

Belgrade Fire & Rescue rescuers removed the drivers from the vehicles. The drivers were then taken to hospital, police said.

The road remained closed for several hours after the crash as police reconstructed the collision.

Officials said Tuesday afternoon they did not know the extent of the driver injuries.

Staff Sgt. Frank Hatch of the Kennebec County Sheriff’s Office said Tuesday he had no further information about the crash.

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