HARPSWELL, ME — Eric Allred died after a two-vehicle accident that happened in Harpswell, Maine on Saturday, November 29th, 2014. The article from WGME said that the accident happened around 7:00 Saturday evening.
28-year-old Eric Allred was identified by police as the man that was killed in a two-vehicle accident that happened at the intersection of Harpswell Island Road and Garrison Cove Road. Authorities think that one of the vehicles crossed the center line of traffic when it struck the other head-on.
Allred was taken to a nearby hospital but died on the way. The driver of the other car was identified as 39-year-old Lauren Caswell, who was taken to the hospital with unspecified injuries.
The Maine State Police are helping Harpswell Police with the accident investigation.
Scene of the Accident
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