Paris man injured when his truck is crushed

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NORWAY — A Paris driver was injured when his pickup truck was crushed by a utility bucket truck at Route 117 and Thomas Hill Road on Tuesday afternoon, according to a police report.

Robert Sanborn, 38, suffered a laceration to his head and was taken by PACE ambulance to Stephens Memorial Hospital, according to a report from investigator Rob Federico.

A hospital spokesman said Tuesday night that Sanborn was no longer there.

According to Federico’s report, Sanborn drove onto Route 117 from Thomas Hill Road into the path of a Target Utility Services bucket truck driven by Mitchell Cummings, 22, of Walpole.

Cummings was not injured, Cronce said.

The collision pushed the pickup truck into a CMP pole, which was not damaged, he said.

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The crash remained under investigation.

Robert Sanborn, 38, of Paris suffered a head laceration when his pickup truck and a utility bucket truck collided at Route 117 and Thomas Hill Road in Norway just before 3 p.m. Tuesday, according to police. (Chuck Blaquiere photo)

A pickup truck driven by Robert Sanborn, 38, of Paris was crushed between a utility bucket truck and a power pole on Route 117 in Norway on Tuesday afternoon. Police said Sanborn escaped with a head laceration and was taken to Stephens Memorial Hospital in Norway. ( Chuck Blaquiere photo)

A pickup truck driven by Robert Sanborn, 38, of Paris is crushed by a Target Utility Services bucket truck on Route 117 in Norway on Tuesday afternoon. Sanborn was taken to a local hospital with a head laceration, according to police. Sanborn pulled from Thomas Hill Road into the path of the bucket truck traveling on Route 117, police said. (Chuck Blaquiere photo)

A Target Utility Services bucket truck cut a pickup truck nearly in half on Route 117 in Norway on Tuesday afternoon. Police said Robert Sanborn, 38, of Paris drove from Thomas Hill Road into the path of the bucket truck. Sanborn suffered a head laceration and was taken to a local hospital, according to the police report.(Chuck Blaquiere photo)

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