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Lisbon Police: Alcohol believed to be a factor in head-on crash

Alcohol is believed to be a factor in a head-on crash in Lisbon which sent both drivers to the hospital, according to Lisbon Police
Credit: Lisbon Police
Lisbon head-on accident sends drivers to hospital

LISBON, Maine — Alcohol is believed to be a factor in a head-on crash on Ridge Road by the intersection of Webster Road in Lisbon, according to Lisbon Police. They say the crash happened on Sunday night around 9:45 pm. 

Neither car had passengers and both drivers were taken by ambulance to Central Maine Medical Center.

Investigators say reconstruction of the accident shows that 26-year-old Raquel Dillingham from Lisbon crossed over into the wrong lane and hit the car driven by 56-year-old James DeWolfe of North Yarmouth. Both cars were totaled. 

Lisbon Police are asking anyone who witnessed or stopped to help with the accident to please contact them at 207-353-2500 ext. #1 to speak to Det. Richard St. Amant or Sgt. Ryan McGee.