Co-workers hope for a speedy recovery for Lebanon man seriously injured in tractor trailer collision

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Luke Fleurant, with his girlfriend, Kendra (Courtesy photo)

LEBANON - Luke Fleurant's coworkers and customers at Robertson's Power and Sport are praying for the Lebanon man to pull through with a full recovery after his horrific crash in East Lebanon on Wednesday.
In the meantime, Kevin Normand, his boss at Robertson's, said family and friends have set up a gofundme account for the Lebanon man, his girlfriend, Kendra, and their daughter to help them through some of the tough financial times sure to lie ahead as he continues his recovery.
"He is such a good guy," said Normand, adding that Fleurant had been working as a mechanic there since July. "We are all wishing him a speedy recovery."
Fleurant's former boss, Sandy Goddard who owns Big Fish Fence Supply in Sanford where he worked before moving to Robertson's, echoed Normand's feelings.
"We' re pulling for him, he's a great kid," Goddard said today.
Others on social media sites are also pulling for Fleurant, 33, who was struck by a tractor trailer while pulling out of Maple Street onto Route 202 in his pickup truck on Wednesday around 8:40 a.m.
He was Medflighted to to Maine Medical Center where he remains in serious condition today.
The semi was operated by Glenn Kimball, 59, of Berwick, who was not injured.
To donate to the gofundme page click here.

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