• November 17, 2022

Eric Bull Injured in Tanker, Semi Truck Accident in Aroostook County, ME

Aroostook County, ME -- November 16, 2022, Eric Bull was injured following an accident between a tanker and a semi-truck.

Authorities were called out to the area of Portage along Route 11 at around 11:00 a.m.

Eric Bull Injured in Tanker, Semi Truck Accident in Aroostook County, ME

They say that 66-year-old Eric Bull was in a Propane truck traveling along the road when it somehow collided with a tractor-trailer driven by Andrew Bouchard, 60. Due to the crash, Bull had reportedly serious injuries. Bouchard was treated at the scene. The area was snowy at the time, but the exact cause of the crash is unclear.

Commentary on Eric Bull Tanker Accident in Aroostook County

I always talk about how complex commercial vehicle wrecks are, and this crash involving two is likely only going to make things more challenging. These sorts of events require a lot of experience and particular equipment to ensure nothing unusual slips through the cracks. Folks may be quick to chalk all of this up to the winter weather, but this sort of thing is usually the result of driver negligence. Getting people the help they need means getting answers, which is why I tend to rely on independent accident reconstructionists. Their efforts may prove necessary, here as well.

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