- Associated Press - Saturday, March 8, 2014

FARMINGTON, Maine (AP) - Police in Maine say a logging truck inadvertently snagged a Hyundai and shoved the smaller car down the road for about 200 feet before stopping.

The Lewiston Sun-Journal (https://bit.ly/1fbhgex ) reports that nobody was hurt when the fully-loaded truck driven by Keith Roy of Lancaster, N.H., changed lanes Friday in Farmington and caught the hatchback by a bumper.

Officer Darin Gilbert was making a traffic stop nearby when he saw the car owned by 57-year-old David Richards being pushed down the road, the driver side squarely squished against the front of the Western Star big rig.

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Roy didn’t notice he had linked up with the much-smaller vehicle until he stopped at a traffic light and other people alerted him.

He was ticketed for failing to yield the right of way.

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