Patrick Daggett, 40, and Rebecca Wallace, 42, seriously injured when their motorcycle malfunctions on I-95 crashes in Augusta, Maine

Modified Date: 
Tue, 03/23/2021 - 12:48pm
Accident Date: 
Monday, March 22, 2021

Augusta motorcycle crash temporarily closes I-95

Two people are in the hospital with serious injuries following a motorcycle crash on I-95 near Augusta Monday afternoon.

UPDATE: Police identify couple injured in Augusta motorcycle crash

Daggett pulled into the breakdown lane and lost control of the motorcycle, which left the roadway on the right. Daggett and passenger Rebecca Wallace, 40, of Jay, were ejected. They were not wearing helmets, Moss said.

Police identify two people involved in serious motorcycle crash in Augusta

Police say 40-year-old Patrick Daggett of New Sharon and 42-year-old Rebecca Wallace of Jay were both flown to Portland with serious injuries.

I-95 motorcycle accident causes life threatening injuries

The passengers were not wearing helmets, according to the statement, and sustained life threatening injuries.

Pair airlifted to hospital after motorcycle crash on Interstate 95 in Augusta

Daggett was operating his 2005 Harley when the motorcycle had a mechanical failure, according to Moss. Daggett pulled over to the breakdown lane and lost control of the motorcycle.

Two Hospitalized After Interstate 95 Motorcycle Crash in Augusta

Police responded to the crash at about 1:50 p.m. near northbound mile marker 114 in Augusta.  

Two people Seriously Injured in Motorcycle Crash on I-95 Read More: Two people Seriously Injured in Motorcycle Crash on I-95

They were flown to Maine Medical Center in Portland with what police called "very serious head injuries."  

People Involved: 
Patrick Daggett
Rebecca Wallace

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