CASCO, Maine — Three people were injured in a multi-vehicle crash in Casco Monday afternoon.
It happened shortly before 1 p.m., according to a news release from the Cumberland Country Sheriff's Office. The sheriff's office responded to the scene, along with the Maine Department of Transportation, Life Flight of Maine, and fire departments from Raymond, Casco, and Naples.
Craig Aderman, 69, of Naples was driving eastbound on Route 302, otherwise known as Roosevelt Trail, in a blue 2015 Ford F150 when the vehicle crossed the center line and struck three other vehicles, the release stated.
Aderman was taken to a hospital for minor injuries, according to officials.
Aderman's vehicle first hit a black Jeep SUV driven by Megahnn Sullivan, 37, of Naples, who was uninjured, the sheriff's office said.
Aderman's truck then struck a white 2010 Chevy Malibu being driven by Sadie Tirrell, 18, of Naples, who was taken to a hospital for serious injuries that are not considered life-threatening, officials said. The Chevy Malibu rolled over an "unknown amount of times causing significant damage" after it was forced off the road and into a ditch, police said.
The final vehicle hit by Aderman's truck was a brown 2013 Chrysler 200 driven by Eric Farstad, 49, of Naples, who had to be removed from his significantly damaged vehicle and taken to Maine Medical Center by Life Flight of Maine for serious injuries that are considered life-threatening, the release stated.
Roosevelt Trail in Casco has reopened for through traffic, according to an update from Cumberland County Regional Communications.