TROY — A Mount View High School senior died from her injuries Sunday morning after a single-vehicle crash on Detroit Road (Route 220).

Seventeen-year-old Hazel Fuller of Troy was the only occupant in the 2004 GMC Envoy she was driving, according to Waldo County Sheriff’s Chief Deputy Jason Trundy. 

The crash was reported around 11:20 a.m. Oct. 31, police said. Fuller was traveling northbound, drifted off the side of the road, then over-corrected, Trundy said, causing her car to cross the road and roll over. She was dead when the deputies arrived, partially ejected from the vehicle.

Besides the Sheriff’s Office, Troy, Unity and Burnham fire departments answered the call, police said.

Regional School Unit 3 Superintendent Charles Brown wrote in a letter to the community Sunday night that a crisis intervention team would be at the high school library Monday and Tuesday providing afternoon and evening counseling services until 6 p.m. each day with Zoom services available upon request.

Counselors will be available to any student who may need or want help, or any type of assistance surrounding this loss, he said. “We encourage you, as parents, to also feel free to use our resources.”

For additional information or assistance, contact Pamela Smith, Mount View High School counselor, at 568-3255 or by email at; or Carrie Moring, crisis team lead, at 568-3255 or by email at cmoring@rsu3.orgIf you are in immediate need of crisis support, call the Maine State Crisis Hotline at 888-568-1112.

A GoFundMe campaign is collecting funds for funeral costs and other expenses. To donate, visit

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