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Man revived after single-car crash in Raymond

Matthew Lougee, 32, of Standish left the roadway and struck a tree and was found unresponsive, but was revived at the scene and removed from the car.
Credit: Cumberland County Sheriff's Office

RAYMOND, Maine — A man was revived after his car struck a tree on Saturday night in Raymond.

According to a release from the Cumberland County Sheriff's Office, deputies from the sheriff's department and Raymond fire and rescue responded to a crash on the Raymond Hill Road, where a blue 2000 Chevy Blazer had struck a tree around 9:00 p.m.

The Cumberland County Sheriff's Office says the driver, Matthew Lougee, 32, of Standish left the roadway and struck a tree and was found unresponsive, but was revived at the scene and removed from the car.

Icy road conditions are said to be a factor in this crash. 

Lougee was brought to Maine Medical Center with serious injuries.

Lougee's vehicle was totaled in the crash.

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