No one injured after tractor-trailer rear ends Honda Civic in Farmington

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FARMINGTON — A Bridgton man was summonsed for following too closely and operating 2,500 pounds overweight when the tractor-trailer he was driving Wednesday afternoon rear-ended another vehicle, Farmington officer Jesse Clement said.

Isaac Ferrari, 20, of Windham was headed north on Wilton Road in a 2003 Honda Civic. He was stopping for a red light at the intersection of Wilton Road and Hannaford Drive when Donald Roakes, 75, of Bridgton hit him from behind, said Clement.

Roakes was operating a 2015 Western Star tractor-trailer belonging to Donald A. Roakes, Inc., Clements said. Roakes was transporting a load of wood chips.

The Honda Civic sustained major damage but no injuries were reported.

Clement and officer Darin Gilbert responded to the accident. Farmington Fire Department assisted at the scene.

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Emergency personnel clear the scene of a crash Wednesday on Wilton Road in Farmington. Donald Roakes, 75, of Bridgton was summonsed for following too closely and operating 2,500 pounds overweight after the 2015 Western Star tractor-trailer he was operating rear ended another vehicle. (Dee Menear/Franklin Journal)

A 2003 Honda Civic operated by Issac Ferrari, 20, of Windham sustained major damage in a Farmington crash Wednesday afternoon. (Dee Menear/Franklin Journal)

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