A Woolwich man is in critical condition at a Portland hospital following a Wednesday morning crash.

Lucas Haferman, 27, of Woolwich was driving a Toyota Camry traveling north on Route 127 in Woolwich shortly before 10:30 a.m. when he slowed down for a postal vehicle that had stopped, according to police.

Benson Gilmore, 68, also of Woolwich, was driving a 1981 Honda CBX motorcycle and failed to stop in time to avoid the Camry, hitting it from behind. The impact threw Gilmore from the bike, police said.

Gilmore was wearing a helmet, but suffered serious, life-threatening injuries, according to police. He was taken to Mid Coast Hospital in Brunswick, then flown to Maine Medical Center in Portland by LifeFlight helicopter.

Gilmore was still listed in critical condition as of Thursday afternoon, according to a hospital spokesperson.

Haferman wasn’t injured.

Route 127 was closed to traffic for 2 ½ hours, before opening back up at 1 p.m. Traffic was re-routed through secondary roads.

Sagadahoc County Sheriff’s Office Cpl. Ian Alexander is handling the ongoing investigation. The collision is being reconstructed by Sagadahoc’s Det. Brian Carlton with the assistance of Brunswick police.

Alexander on Thursday said the crash reconstruction is still pending and it is unclear whether anyone will be charged.

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