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Maine State Police show exact location of crash involving Detective Cambell

Cote then showed photos taken shortly after the crash happened, noting that the weather conditions depicted "had greatly improved" from what they were at the time of the incident.

The first two images showed Campbell's unmarked cruiser parked along the interstate, facing southbound. Up ahead of it, facing back toward the cruiser in the opposite direction of traffic, is the white-colored car he had stopped to assist.

Maine State Police show position of vehicles in crash involving Detective Campbell.

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Detective Campbell crash, death investigation detailed

Logging truck involved in crash that killed Detective Ben Campbell had multiple defects, police say

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Detective Campbell crash, death investigation detailedMaine State Police Col. John Cote detailed Friday his agency's investigation into the April 3 crash that killed Detective Ben Campbell.
Author: Liam Nee
Published: 10:55 AM EDT June 14, 2019
Updated: 8:44 PM EDT June 14, 2019

BANGOR, Maine — Maine State Police on Friday provided an update on its investigation into the April 3 death of Trooper Detective Ben Campbell.

Col. John Cote addressed reporters at 11 a.m. at the Maine State Police barracks in Bangor.

Detective Campbell died from injuries from a tractor-trailer tire that struck him after coming off a passing truck along Interstate 95 in Hampden.

The chief of Maine State Police prefaced his briefing by stating that the agency would not share all relevant information due to an ongoing review of its investigation by the Penobscot County District Attorney's Office.


Col. Cote said both wheels that separated from the logging truck were involved in the crash. He showed the exact location of the crash, which occurred at mile-marker 179 in the southbound lanes.