Julia Chapdelaine and Alpha Anastacio obituary, Officials release identified on accident crash

The Maine Department of Public Safety has officially released the names of the three individuals involved in a fatal crash on the Maine Turnpike. The incident occurred on Wednesday, November 29, near northbound mile 45 in Portland. A Honda Civic, traveling in the wrong direction at a high speed, collided head-on with a Toyota Rav4. Upon impact, both vehicles erupted in flames, resulting in the deaths of the Honda Civic’s driver and passenger, as well as the Toyota Rav4’s driver. The victims were identified as Alpha Anastacio, 33, of Portland, who was driving the Toyota Rav4, and Brandon Crawford-Adams, 23, of Old Orchard Beach, and Julia Chapdelaine, 22, of Dudley, Massachusetts, who were in the Honda Civic. The crash is currently under investigation. Prior to the collision with the Rav4, the Honda Civic also struck a silver 2020 Ford F-150 pickup truck, causing minor damage, and the truck’s driver escaped injury.

Police have identified three people killed in a head-on crash in Portland last week.

Police received reports of a car speeding in the wrong direction on the highway shortly after 9:30 p.m. Wednesday.

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The car hit an SUV and both vehicles burst into flames.

According to police, the driver of the Honda Civic speeding in the wrong direction on the highway was Brandon Crawford-Adams, 23, of Old Orchard Beach.

His passenger was 22-year-old Julia Chapdelaine of Dudley, Massachusetts.

According to the University of New England, Crawford-Adams was a former student and Chapdelaine was graduating.

The driver of the RAV4 struck by the Civic was Alpha Anastacio, 33, of Portland.

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