Two Killed In Windsor Crash
According to the Maine State Police, two people were killed last night in Windsor when the pickup truck they were in overturned as they left the Windsor Fair on Sept. 1.
Maine Department of Public Safety Spokesman Steve McCausland said Seth Labreck of South China, 35, and Jennifer Hood of Winslow, 38, were killed in the crash.
McCausland said Labreck lost control of his pickup shortly after leaving the Windsor Fair as he drove along Route 32. His truck went off the road on a curve, slammed into a utility pole and overturned, coming to rest on its roof.
The wreck took place near the Windsor Veterinary Clinic. According to McCausland, Labreck was not wearing his seat belt and was thrown from the truck. Hood was wearing her seat belt, McCausland said, but also died at the crash site.
McCausland said Labreck had been drinking and was also speeding. The crash took place about 9:45 p.m., McCausland said. Assisting troopers at the scene were the Windsor and Augusta fire departments, Delta EMS and Central Maine Power Company.