Two motor vehicle accident fatalities in Maine this weekend may be the result of driving under the influence, according to authorities.
On Friday night, a man died in a one-vehicle crash when he allegedly lost control of his pickup truck shortly after leaving a local marijuana festival in Lebanon.
The truck's driver was pinned under his vehicle after it flipped and died at the scene. A male passenger was brought to Frisbee Hospital in Rochester, New Hampshire and later released.
On Saturday night, a Windham man died when his Harley Davidson motorcycle veered off of Route 35 in Hollis and crashed into a tree just before 11:00 p.m.
Maine State Police said alcohol and speeding were likely factors in 45-year-old Edward Stanhope's death.
Both incidents are being investigated.