Police in Acton, Maine, are searching for a motorist who allegedly crashed into a home and fled the scene.
Deputies told WCSH that the crash occurred on Acton Ridge Road around 11 p.m. Saturday night.
Witnesses report a pick-up truck appeared to be traveling too fast while approaching a curve in the road. The vehicle allegedly left the roadway, crossed a lawn, and crashed into an elderly woman's home. The woman was trapped on the second floor because of the amount of debris caused by the crash.
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The vehicle fled from the home and was last seen heading towards Wakefield, New Hampshire. Police say the vehicle may be a wrecker with a flat bed or just a flat bed truck. It should have extensive front-end damage.
Anyone with information is asked to call Deputy Corey Sweatt at 207-324-1113.