Following a tragic story that we brought you yesterday, we can now confirm the identity of the woman who died following a crash Saturday morning.

According to the Kennebec Journal, Alicia Bubier, 48 of Wales, Maine, was the rural mail carrier who died following the crash.

The Kennebec Journal went on to report that following an investigation that was conducted by the Sheriff’s Office, they were able to determine that Bubier had been driving southbound on Huntington Hill Road when her vehicle veered off the road and rolled multiple times. Police say that no other vehicles were involved in the crash.

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The KJ is reporting that the crash, which happened in the town of Litchfield, Maine, occurred around 9 in the morning on Saturday.

The woman, whose identity has not been made public, was trapped in the mail truck following the incident. The vehicle, an older model mail truck according to the USPS,  had apparently rolled over onto its side.

When rescuers arrived on scene, the woman was taken out of the vehicle by crews with the Gardiner Ambulance Service.

She was then quickly transported to the hospital with what officials say were serious injuries. Sadly, she later passed away at the hospital from the injuries she had sustained in the rollover.

The USPS released a statement saying in part,

“Our deepest condolences go out to her family, friends and coworkers as they navigate this tragic loss,”

Saturday morning's crash happened near the intersection of Huntington Hill Road and Quackenbush Lane in Litchfield, the KJ reported.

First responders that rushed to the scene included the Litchfield and Gardiner fire departments and multiple police units.

Our thoughts go out to the family and friends of the deceased during this incredibly difficult time.

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