• February 02, 2017

Robert Brayson Killed, Marylou Grant Hurt in Accident in Charleston, ME

Charleston, ME -- A two-vehicle collision took the life of 67-year-old Robert Brayson, and left Marylou Grant with injuries in the area of Charleston, ME.

The incident took place on Dover Rd. about 6 p.m.

Officials say the vehicle occupied by Mr. Brayson, and the vehicle occupied by Marylou Grant, collided near Mr. Brayson's driveway. The pickup truck occupied by Mr. Brayson flipped onto its roof, pinning him within. Emergency service arrived to provide aid, but Mr. Brayson died at the scene of the collision.

Ms. Grant was taken by air to Eastern Maine Medical Center with injuries described as non-life threatening. Her current condition is unknown.

Officials are currently examining the details of the collision.

The preliminary media report provided no further information at the time of its release.

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