A woman from Massachusetts died over the weekend when the vehicle she was riding in collided at a four-way intersection in Limington.

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According to State Police spokesperson, Shannon Moss, the incident took place just after noontime on Saturday June 22, where Route 117 and Route 11 in Limington meet. Troopers were called in to investigate a crash involving 3 vehicles.

"Two vehicles were still in the roadway, and one struck the front porch of a house at the intersection. A Subaru Impreza and a Lexus RX300 were traveling in opposite directions on Route 11 and a Jeep Cherokee was traveling north on Route 117 when the crash occurred. The rear passenger in the Subaru Impreza, 32-year-old Casey Lubell of Ipswich, Massachusetts was pronounced dead on the scene. Three other occupants in the Subaru Impreza were transported to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries."

Moss says the driver of the Lexus was also taken to the hospital with minor injuries.

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There's no news yet as to the circumstances surrounding the crash, and authorities are still looking into the incident.

State police troopers got some help from Fire and Rescue personnel from Standish, Hollis, and Limington, as well as members of the Gorham police department.

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