OAKLAND — An Oakland woman was hospitalized Thursday morning after slick road conditions contributed to a three-vehicle wreck at the intersection of Oak Hill Drive and Oak Street, according to police.

Sarah Landry, 25, was taken to the hospital with injuries not believed to be life-threatening, according to Officer Mike Sayers of the Oakland Police Department.

Landry was driving a Suzuki SX4 northbound on Oak Street when a Toyota Tacoma pickup truck collided with her subcompact vehicle, Sayers said.

Police said the crash occurred when slush caused a Mitsubishi Lancer, which was traveling down the hill on Oak Hill Drive, to slide through a stop sign at the intersection with Oak Street shortly after 8 a.m., according to Sayers.

The Mitsubishi, driven by a teenager, hit the pickup truck traveling southbound on Oak Street, which then collided with Landry’s vehicle, which was traveling in the opposite direction.

The pickup truck was driven by Patrick West, 41, of Oakland, who had a child inside the pickup, according to Sayers.

All who were involved in the collision were wearing seat belts, police said.

Sayers declined to release information on the young driver of the Mitsubishi.

No charges were expected to be filed, Sayers said.

The collision came a day after a snowfall contributed to dozens of crashes across central Maine.

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