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11/13/2013 2:00:00 PM
Struck in Wiscasset Crosswalk, Pedestrian Recovering

Evan Jones (left) was operating the Quick Turn Towing truck that struck a woman attempting to cross Main Street in Wiscasset. (Kathy Onorato photo)
Evan Jones (left) was operating the Quick Turn Towing truck that struck a woman attempting to cross Main Street in Wiscasset. (Kathy Onorato photo)
 
By Kathy Onorato

A Westport Island woman is recovering from injuries she sustained after being hit by a truck while attempting to cross Main Street in Wiscasset Thursday, Nov. 7.

According to the Wiscasset Police Department, Kasey McNamara, 38, was taken to Maine Medical Center after being hit by a flat bed tow truck, driven by Evan Jones, 19 of Nobleboro.

Kelley Belanger, owner of the In the Clover shop on Main Street, where McNamara is employed, said McNamara is being treated for a fractured pelvis, a concussion and some internal injuries.

Belanger says McNamara is making good progress with her recovery and is expected to be discharged from the hospital with in the next couple days. "She is doing very well and her spirits are great," Belanger said.

Wiscasset Police said McNamara was transported to Maine Medical Center in Portland for treatment of possible head and leg injuries after the accident, which occurred at the intersection of Main and Middle Streets around 11:40 a.m. Nov. 7.

The Wiscasset Police Department is investigating with the Lincoln County Sheriff's Department doing the accident reconstruction.





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