LEVANT, Maine — Two drivers who were racing on Tay Road are facing charges after a crash that resulted in injuries last week, Maine State Police said Tuesday.
The crash happened when Brady Johnston, 18, of Carmel lost control of his 2008 Chevrolet Cobalt while trying to negotiate a sharp curve at a high rate of speed while racing a 1997 GMC Sierra driven by Samuel Shelley, 20, of Hermon.
Johnson’s Cobalt rolled over into a steep ditch, ejecting a 16-year-old female passenger out of the rear window, state police said. She was taken to the hospital for serious injuries. Also in the car were two other 16-year-old females who received minor injuries.
Johnson was charged with driving to endanger and violation of an intermediate license. Shelley, who had a 17-year-old female passenger with him, was charged with operating without a license and driving to endanger.
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The crash was investigated by Troopers Taylor Bagley and Steve Morrell.