LIVERMORE FALLS — A Livermore man was seriously injured early Sunday when his vehicle struck three pickup trucks parked in a Bailey Bros. Ford dealership lot on Park Street.

A passer-by came upon the crash and reported a man lying in the road, Police Chief Ernest Steward Jr. said Monday. 

Joshua Saucier, 26, was driving north on Park Street, also known as Route 133, he said. Saucier’s 2004 Chevrolet pickup truck went off the road onto the left shoulder in front of the Livermore Falls Fire Station and went between a post that used to hold signs and a yellow barrier post that was knocked sideways, Steward said.

The truck traveled on and struck a 2018 F150, along with 2016 and 2017 F250 pickup trucks in Bailey’s lot adjacent to the fire station and across from the dealership building.

A combined value of the trucks damaged was more than $130,000, Steward said.

He was unsure of how much damage was done.

Saucier was taken by a NorthStar EMS ambulance to Central Maine Medical Center in Lewiston, Steward said.

Officer Troy Reed was assisted at the accident by Lt. Joseph Sage and Jay police.

The accident remains under investigation, Steward said.

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