There was no official information available Wednesday on the condition of a Moose River woman who was injured Monday afternoon when she was pinned between two vehicles and then sent by LifeFlight helicopter to a Bangor hospital.

Somerset County Sheriff Dale Lancaster said Pamela Smith, 59, left her 1995 Jeep Wrangler parked at the top of a driveway and went down to talk to a family member and the Jeep rolled 30 feet forward. The Jeep struck her, pinning her against the tailgate of a 2002 F250 pickup truck.

Lancaster said Smith’s injuries were to her right leg and right side of her pelvis.

Smith was taken to the Jackman Regional Health Center and later to a Bangor hospital.

A spokeswoman at Eastern Maine Medical Center in Bangor said Wednesday there was no information on Smith, meaning she had not been taken to that hospital or had not signed a release of information form.

No one answered a telephone number listed to Smith in Moose River on Wednesday. A neighbor of Smith’s who would not give her name said by phone Wednesday that Smith was still in the hospital undergoing surgery and that “she’s OK.”

Doug Harlow — 612-2367

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