Accident Waterboro Maine – One man and a twelve-year-old kid were killed Saturday morning after police say a driver struck them outside of the Cozi Corner Café in East Waterboro.
As per the York County Sheriff’s Office, Mark Schepis, 45, and Luke Stephenson,12, both of Waterboro, were holding up outside of the eatery around 9:00 a.m., with their families when a vehicle being driven by Charles Stoddard, 64, likewise of Waterboro, struck and killed the two in the wake of veering off of Sokokis Trail.
Stoddard’s vehicle collided with the marquee of the eatery leaving region where police say individuals were trusting that their transform will go into the Cozi Corner Café. Stoddard’s vehicle continued pursuing the main accident and hammered into a truck, yet the driver, Mark Tuttle, of Porter was not harmed in the mishap.
The two casualties were articulated dead at the scene. Stoddard was taken to Southern Maine Medical Center however has since been delivered.
Authorities say they are recreating the collide with sort out precisely what occurred.
The sheriff’s office said Charles Stoddard, 64, of Waterboro left the street in his 2003 Oldsmobile Alero and went through the parking area into the marquee of the eatery, driving benefactors to evade the approaching vehicle.
Schepis and Stephenson were articulated dead at the scene. They knew one another and had been holding up external the eatery with their families. Stoddard’s vehicle likewise struck a Ford F-150 driven and claimed by Mark Tuttle of Porter, who was not harmed, the sheriff’s office said.
Specialists didn’t say what they accepted prompted the occurrence. Stoddard was taken to a space clinic, where he was dealt with and delivered, they said.
The street was shut down after the mishap, and resumed around 1:40 p.m.
The accident is being remade by officials with the Saco and Old Orchard Beach Police Departments, and the examination is proceeding.
York County Sheriff William King said in an email late Saturday that he didn’t expect any extra data about the mishap to be delivered, basically until Sunday.