A Jay woman and her passenger escaped injury Saturday morning when the car she was driving hit a curb, then a guy wire and rolled onto its side in Livermore Falls, Police Chief Ernest Steward Jr. said. Livermore Falls Fire Department photo

LIVERMORE FALLS — A car and a firetruck were damaged in separate crashes at the same location Saturday morning.

No one was injured, Police Chief Ernest Steward Jr. said Monday.

Police officer Michael Adcock and firefighters responded to a report of a vehicle rollover on upper Depot Street, near High and Sewall streets, about 4:33 a.m.

A car driven by Jacqueline Lemieux, 36, of Jay struck a curb and a guy wire going up the hill toward High Street. The car flipped onto its side, Steward said. She apparently was having trouble with the alignment of the vehicle owned by Ean Holdings LLC, an auto rental and leasing business, in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Steward said.

Firefighters had to help Lemieux’s passenger, Julie Fisher, 53, of Livermore Falls out of the vehicle, he said.

A tow truck driven by owner Allie Bond, 69, of Livermore Falls backed into the wheel well of a parked firetruck as the tow truck attempted to turn around on High Street to get to the car, Steward said.

Androscoggin County Sheriff’s Deputy Dylan Rider investigated the latter accident because a town vehicle was involved.

The car was heavily damaged, the firetruck had minor damage, Steward said.


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