A 77-year-old man from Reed Plantation was extricated from his vehicle Thursday morning after going off Military Road in Macwahoc and striking several trees.

The Maine State Police said Harold Meadow from Reed Plantation, Maine was going south on Military Road around 10:12 a.m. when he lost control of his 2013 Chrysler 200 due to slush on the roadway. He struck a guardrail after skidding and ended up hitting trees in the ditch.

Mattawamkeag Fire & Rescue extricated Meadows from his car and took him to Penobscot Valley Hospital in Lincoln. He was treated for non life threatening injuries, said police.

Maine State Police
Maine State Police

Trooper Jared Sylvia from Maine State Police, Troop F responded to the crash.

The vehicle was a total loss.

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