Drunk Pittston Man Crashes Concrete Pumper Truck
Let's start by being abundantly clear. You should absolutely under no circumstances ever drink and drive. You should definitely never ever drink and drive a massive concrete pumping truck.
According to the Maine State Police Facebook Page, Cory Williams, 39 of Pittston, was charged Wednesday night with operating under the influence of alcohol and received a citation for possession of narcotics inside a commercial vehicle. The incident happened Wednesday evening when the cement pumper truck Williams was driving left the roadway and rolled over onto its side.
Williams was taken to the hospital where he was treated before being transferred to the Kennebec County Jail. This isn't the first time Williams has done something like this. Back on August 13th of this year, less than a mile from the accident he was in this week on Route 27 in Pittston, he was involved in a 'similar crash' according to authorities.
A Pittston man is facing charges from two agencies after rolling a concrete pumper truck on Route 27 in Pittston.
Posted by Maine State Police - Headquarters on Thursday, October 8, 2020
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