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Maine police chief, wife injured in truck crash

The police chief and his wife were riding in their truck when another vehicle that was out of control struck them

By Bill Trotter
Bangor Daily News

HARRINGTON, Maine — The police chief of Machias, his wife and a woman from Whitneyville all were injured Sunday afternoon when two pickup trucks collided on Route 1A, according to the Washington County Sheriff's Department.

Grady Dwelley, 65, and his wife Lynn Dwelley, 50, were riding their 2008 Ford truck west on the road around 3:30 p.m. when the accident occurred. According to Cpl. Brandon Parker of the sheriff's department, Dorothy Davis, 53, of Whitneyville was driving a 2000 Ford truck in the opposite direction when she fell asleep.

Full story: Maine police chief, wife injured in truck crash

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