Sidney Women Taken To Hospital By Life Flight After Morning Crash
Jordan Agger, 20, from Sidney, had to be taken by life flight helicopter to a Lewiston hospital after rolling her car over five times in an accident this morning on West River Road in Sidney.
Here is the latest from Maine Department of Public Safety Spokesman Steve McCausland,
'State Police say a Sidney woman was injured this morning when her car overturned five times off the West River Road in Sidney. Corporal Diane Vance said the crash took place just before 11am. 20 year old Jordan Agger was operating her vehicle northbound when she lost control of the car, it skidded off the road and overturned, coming to rest on its wheels. The vehicle came to a rest 30-40 yards down a steep embankment. Agger was wearing her seatbelt and the vehicle’s airbags deployed. Agger had to be extricated from the vehicle and was flown by the Lifeflight helicopter to CMMC in Lewiston with unknown injuries. The medical chopper landed in a field behind a nearby church. Vance said speed is a factor in the crash and the cause remains under investigation. Sidney Fire/Rescue and Delta Ambulance personnel assisted at the crash site.'