According to Seacoast.com, Burlington native Briana Squeri's condition has been upgraded from 'critical' to 'satisfactory.'
The condition of a Burlington teen injured in a motor vehicle accident early Sunday morning has been upgraded by Maine Medical Center in Portland. According to Seacoast Online, Burlington resident Briana Squeri, one of five young adults injured in the accident, is now in "satisfactory condition," by the medical center. In the original report on Monday, Squeri was listed as in "critical condition." According to the clinic's web site, satisfactory conditions means "Vital signs are stable and within normal limits. Patient is conscious and comfortable." According to the article, a release from Chief Craig Sanford of Kennebunkport Police Departed, stated that the crash occurred when the driver of a 2001 Chevrolet truck, 18-year-old Robert …
Seacoast Online is reporting that five teens, one from Burlington, were injured in an early-morning crash on Sunday.
- POLICE & FIRE
Monday, April 30, 2012
Seacoast Online is reporting that five teens, including a Burlington resident, were injured in an early-morning accident after crashing into a home in Kennebunkport, Maine. According to the article, a release from Chief Craig Sanford states that the crash occurred when the driver of a 2001 Chevrolet truck, 18-year-old Robert Wasson of Peabody, Mass., lost control of the vehicle which then left the roadway, traveling across the lawn and plowing into the house at 1 New Bedford Road. Inside the vehicle were passengers Patrick Reid, 19, of Southington, Conn.; Krystopher Knight, 19, of Tarrytown, N.Y.; Margaret Hennessy, 18, of Millis, Mass.' And Briana Squeri, 19, of Burlington, Mass. Seacoast Online reports that the men were taken to Southern…