EMT flips truck on icy roads while responding to medical call

By Ben Holbrook | Jan 02, 2014
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Montville — An emergency medical technician flipped his pickup truck on icy roads in Montville Wednesday, Jan. 1, while responding to a call.

The accident was reported at 4:50 a.m. on Wednesday after the driver, Kenneth Ashe, 41, lost control of his 2005 Ford pickup truck while traveling south on Route 220 in Montville, according to the crash report. Deputy Jordan Tozier of the Waldo County Sheriff's Office responded to the crash.

According to Tozier's report, Ashe was responding to a medical emergency as an EMT and due to the icy road conditions, Ashe lost control of the truck and struck a snow bank before the vehicle flipped onto its side.

The truck was towed due to disabling damage to the passenger side, the crash report stated. Ashe did not suffer any injuries.


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