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Woman critically injured after being hit by car at Wells farm stand

Police say a Colorado woman at aMaine farm stand was critically injured when a car veered off the road andstruck her. (Wells Police Department)

WELLS (WGME) -- Police are investigating a crash in Wells that left a woman in critical condition and damaged a farm stand.

It happened Wednesday morning on Route 1 near Buffam Hill Road.

Police say a pedestrian was at Chases Farm Stand when a car left the road, hit a road sign, a parked car, the side of the food stand, and then the pedestrian.

The victim went over the car and landed on the side of the road.

The vehicle stopped in an embankment after hitting a telephone pole.

Police say the victim, 59-year-old Monica Langley, of Littleton, Colorado, was taken to Maine Medical Center with critical injuries

The driver, 51-year-old Eric Nixon, of Wells, was also taken to the hospital.

The cause of the crash is under investigation.

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