AUGUSTA — Two local residents injured in separate accidents Monday in Augusta and Winthrop remained in the hospital Tuesday, both in fair condition.

Lidris Fidelis, 65, of Augusta, was crossing Water Street in downtown Augusta around 5 p.m. Monday in a crosswalk when he was struck by a Nissan pickup truck driven by Ann Elliott, 57, of Augusta. Elliott was not injured. Fidelis was taken by ambulance to MaineGeneral Medical Center in Augusta. A hospital spokeswoman said Tuesday that Fidelis was still at the hospital and was in fair condition.

Augusta police said visibility was poor at the time of the accident and no charges were filed.

A Manchester woman, Marjorie Tribou, 90, was injured Monday in an unrelated accident on U.S. Route 202 in East Winthrop near the Manchester boundary.

Tribou was driving a Toyota Camry east around 4:45 p.m. when she crossed the centerline into the westbound lane, where she collided with an empty westbound flatbed tractor-trailer driven by James Casey, 31, of Alexandria, Va., according to police.

Casey was not injured, and no charges were filed in the accident, Winthrop police said.

Tribou also was taken to MaineGeneral, where she was listed in fair condition Tuesday.

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