All escape injury in Front Street crash

By Tanya Mitchell | Jun 27, 2012
Photo by: Tanya Mitchell Belfast police officers are at work at the scene of a two-car accident near the intersection of Front and Main Street Wednesday, June 27.

Belfast — Police say no one was hurt in a two-car collision that occurred near the intersection of Front and Main streets Wednesday afternoon, June 27.

The accident was reported at about 1 p.m., and according to Belfast Patrolman Mike Rolerson, occurred as 25-year-old Joel Rackliffe of Belfast was backing out of a driveway off Front Street in a 2004 GMC pickup. At that time, 87-year-old Elizabeth Pearson of Bangor was driving along Main Street, rounded the corner onto Front Street and collided with the rear of Rackliffe's truck.

The impact caused some damage to the passenger's side of Pearson's late-model Honda sedan, and Rolerson said the vehicle had to be towed from the scene.

Rackliffe, Pearson and her 90-year-old passenger, Ruth Hopkins of Searsport, all escaped the accident unharmed.

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