Corinth Teenager Distracted by Ipod Issued Summons for Head-On Crash

Catherine Pegram

Updated 1 year ago

A teenager police say was distracted by an Ipod before a head-on crash in Corinth last month has been issued a summons. The Penobscot County Sheriff’s Department says Central High Senior Max McHugh was cited for failing to maintain control of a motor vehicle. The violation comes with a $119 fine. Police say McHugh was driving on the White Schoolhouse Road in mid-January when her car crossed the center line and slammed into a vehicle driven by 28-year-old Tanya Clement of Corinth.Her 6-year-old daughter was seriously injuredMcHugh, a standout basketball player and soccer player, broke her right leg.The police report says McHugh admitted she was changing a song on her Ipod and not paying attention.Clement was issued a summons for not having vehicle insurance.


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