Farmington teenager injured in three-vehicle collision in Jay

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JAY — A three-vehicle collision at Routes 133 and 156 on Wednesday afternoon sent a Farmington teenager to the hospital with minor injuries, Sgt. Russell Adams said Thursday morning.

Norman Lewis Jr., 34, of Chesterville was traveling west on Route 156 toward Wilton when he failed to stop at a stop sign, Adams said. Lewis’ car struck one driven by Adelle Foss, 17, of Farmington, which was heading south on Route 133 toward Livermore Falls, Adams said.

Foss’ car spun into the path of a pickup truck driven by Sean Moore, 24, of Jay, which was heading north on Route 133 toward Farmington, the officer said.

Foss received minor injuries and was taken by a NorthStar EMS ambulance to Franklin Memorial Hospital in Farmington, Adams said.

He said he wrote Lewis a summons charging failure to stop at a stop sign.

The Wilton Police Department and Jay Fire Rescue Department assisted Adams at the accident, which was reported at 5:07 p.m.

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The 2013 Hyundai driven by Lewis was damaged but driven away, Adams said.

Foss’ 2012 Toyota was totaled, Adams said, and Moore’s Ford 2010 truck was heavily damaged. Both were towed from the scene.

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Firefighters and a police officer stand next to a car driven by Adelle Foss, 17, of Farmington, who was injured in a three-vehicle collision at Routes 133 and 156 on Wednesday afternoon. She was taken to a local hospital with minor injuries. (Jay Police Department photo)

A pickup truck driven by Sean Moore, 24, of Jay was heavily damaged in a three-vehicle collsion Wednesday afternoon at Routes 133 and 156 in Jay, police Sgt. Russell Adams said Thursday. (Jay Police Department Photo)

Jay police investigated a three-vehicle collision Wednesday afternoon at Routes 133 and 156 in Jay. A Farmington teenager suffered minor injuries, police Sgt. Russell Adams said.  (Jay Police Department Photo)

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