Owner Faces Fine After Truck Falls Through Ice on Maine Lake


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Lincoln County News: A silver 2002 Dodge Ram is currently at the bottom of Damariscotta Lake [Maine] and removing it will not be easy, Maine Game Warden Joey Lefebvre said. The truck, owned by Norman Palmer, fell through the ice on Damariscotta Lake Feb. 2, Lefebvre said.

According to the Maine statute regarding submerged motor vehicles, snowmobiles, and watercraft in state waters, Palmer will have 30 days to remove the vehicle after ice on the lake melts. If he fails to do so, Lefebvre said, he will be in violation of the law and reported to the district attorney’s office.

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