Motorcyclist Killed In Lebanon, Maine, Head-on Crash
🚨 A Jeep and motorcycle collided head-on Saturday afternoon
🚨 The motorcyclist was pronounced dead at the scene, with extensive injuries
A motorcyclist died following a head-on crash Saturday afternoon with a Jeep in Lebanon, Maine.
York County Sheriff William King said Jordan Stacey, 36, of Lebanon was driving a 1982 Suzuki on River Road around 2:45 p.m. when he hit a 2000 Jeep Wrangler. A preliminary investigation determined Stacy's motorcycle drifted out of his lane as he entered a corner, hitting the Jeep driven by Amanda Ott, 36, of Lebanon.
The crash caused extensive injuries to Stacey, who was pronounced dead at the crash scene. Stacey was not wearing a helmet, according to King.
Amanda Ott was taken to a hospital for treatment of non-life threatening injuries, while Stephen Ott was treated at the crash scene for injuries to his legs.
King asked anyone with information about the crash to call (207) 324-1113.