A logging truck has crashed into a western Maine home, sending logs rolling into the house and killing a 5-year-old boy.
The Somerset County Sheriff's Department said the truck was passing through Jackman, Maine, near the Canadian border at about 2:30 a.m. Tuesday when it struck telephone poles, crashed into the home and spilled its logs.
The sheriff's department said Liam Mahaney, the son of the house owners, was sleeping on a downstairs couch when he was struck and killed. Nobody else inside was injured.
The truck driver, 57-year-old Christian Cloutier of Quebec, was taken to a Bangor hospital with unknown injuries. Cloutier told the sheriff's department that he fell asleep at the wheel.