A patch of ice played a role in a car crash that sent three people to the hospital in Bangor last night. The accident happened just before 9pm on route 2 near the Hermon town line. Police say 40-year-old Richard Spreng of Hermon hit a patch of ice and lost control. His vehicle drifted into the opposite lane and crashed head on with a car driven by 30-year-old Brock Robinson of Bangor. Edward Rowe(60) of Bangor was in Robinson’s car. All three men were rescued from the wreckage and taken to Eastern Maine Medical Center with injuries.