Carol Ivers Death, Obituary – Both Jacob Diaz, 24, of Augusta and Alana Hartford, 23, of Leeds were hurt in a collision that took place in Turner at approximately 9:50 a.m. on Sunday. The crash involved two automobiles and impacted both of their cities. According to the reports from the authorities, Carol Ivers, who was from Fayette, was the one who passed away as a result of the incident, which also left both of them injured. Ivers was discovered in her blue 2016 Hyundai Sonata when sheriff’s deputies from Androscoggin County and firefighters from Turner Fire and Rescue arrived in the area near state Route 4 and Upper Street.
The car was left parked in the middle of the street. Both Diaz and Hartford were thrown from the Chevrolet Silverado that was green in color and made in the year 2006. The accident occurred when the car was in collision. Two different ambulances took the two victims to the hospital where they were treated for their injuries. As of Monday afternoon, there was no information that could be obtained regarding the conditions of those who had survived. According to the preliminary investigation that was conducted by the Sheriff’s Office, Ivers was making a left turn from Upper Street onto Route 4 at the same time that Diaz, who was driving north, passed a tractor-trailer going in the same direction.
Both vehicles were traveling in the same direction at the time of the collision. The crash that took place involved both of the vehicles that were being driven at the time. Ivers was involved in a collision with Diaz as they were both traveling in the northbound lanes of the highway. Diaz was going in the southbound direction when we saw him. According to a statement that was issued by the agency, officials determined that a second truck, an army-green Dodge pickup, may have been racing Diaz from Center Street in Auburn. This information was provided in a statement that was issued by the agency.
This information was conveyed to the public by the agency in the form of a statement that it issued. An attempt is being made by the investigators to determine the identity of the driver of the second truck that was involved in the event. They are asking that anyone who may have seen trucks racing around that time phone 207-753-2599 and speak with Sergeant Brian Smith or Deputy James Phillips at the Sheriff’s Office. They may be reached at the Sheriff’s Office.