WATERVILLE — Police have interviewed the driver of an SUV that plowed into several cars at Post Office Square on March 18.

Nancy Hazard, 42, of Waterville, was questioned about the crash Monday at Eastern Maine Medical Center in Bangor, where she has been hospitalized since the crash, according to Chief Joseph Massey.

“The investigating officer, Galen Estes, has spoken to Nancy Hazard. However, at this point, we’re not going to reveal what she has said. It’s still under investigation,” he said.

The department plans to forward a complete report to the district attorney’s office before releasing any details of the investigation, he said.

Massey said he wasn’t sure of Hazard’s exact condition, but said she was well enough to speak, which was a substantial improvement over her condition immediately after the crash.

Police do not know the condition of Karl Andresen, 69, of Winslow, who was the only other person seriously injured when his truck was struck by Hazard’s SUV. A reporter’s call to Andresen’s home was not returned Tuesday.

Eyewitnesses at the crash scene estimated Hazard’s 2008 Suzuki SX4 was traveling at more than 70 mph when it struck four vehicles waiting for the light to change on College Avenue. A fifth vehicle was pushed into the intersection during the pileup. Six people were injured.

Ben McCanna — 861-9239

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