Standish man critical after Gorham collision


David Doolan, 39, of Standish was in critical condition at Maine Medical Center Tuesday following a two-car crash at 9:30 a.m. on Monday in Gorham.

A police report said that Doolan was traveling northbound on Dingley Spring Road and drove through a stop sign where the road intersects with Ossipee Trail.

Doolan’s car, a red 2003 four-door Pontiac Grand Am, was struck on the driver’s side by a car driven by Paul R. Robart, 41, of Standish. Robart, driving a white 2005 Chevrolet van, had been traveling eastbound on Ossipee Trail.

Gorham Police Chief Ron Shepard said Tuesday the accident is still under investigation. Both drivers were wearing seatbelts, Shepard said.

Doolan was taken to Maine Medical Center and was admitted to intensive care. Robart was treated at the scene by Standish rescue.