2012-05-04 / Front Page

Scarborough accident leaves woman with life threatening injuries

A motor vehicle accident at the intersection of Holmes Road and Beech Ridge Road at 3:15 p.m. on Tuesday has left 51-year-old Saco resident Julia Jacobson-Maloney with life threatening injuries after she was taken to Maine Medical Center.

The accident, which closed Holmes Road for more then four hours, occurred when a tan Chevrolet Suburban, operated by 32-year-old Erron Pennell, of Limington and the gray Honda Accord operated by Jacobson-Maloney collided. Both Jacobson-Maloney, who was unconscious when emergency professionals arrived, and Pennell were transported to Maine Medical Center. Pennell has been released after being treated for minor injuries. According to a spokesperson from the Maine Medical Center Communications Department, Jacobson-Maloney was listed in fair condition on Wednesday afternoon.

The accident is still being investigated by Scarborough Police Officers Craig Hebert and Douglas Weed.


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