Kamp Kohut Car Accident, South Paris: According to the reports of the local law enforcement, a collision that included two cars and took place on Friday evening in South Paris, Maine, resulted in the deaths of three people and injured another. According to the police report that was delivered to the NBC network in Maine, the incident occurred on Park Street about 5:20 p.m. local time.
A vehicle that was traveling south when it abruptly lost control and crossed the center line, where it was then struck by a vehicle that was traveling north, according to the conclusions of an initial investigation that was published by News Center Maine. The investigation was conducted by the Maine State Police. The three people who were killed in the accident were all found to be inside the car that had lost control and spun out of control, according to the reports.
On Friday, the police were quoted by News Center Maine as saying that they were still trying to determine the identities of those who were involved in the incident. The Stephens Memorial Hospital in Norway took in a patient who was the fourth individual to sustain injuries as a result of the incident. According to a report from the News Center of Maine, it was anticipated that they would be fine. As a direct consequence of the crash, Park Street was closed off to traffic for a good portion of the day.
There was no additional information that could be acquired right away because there was none available. At this time, there is an investigation being conducted.