OAKLAND — Minor injuries were reported after an early morning crash Friday at the intersection of Rice Rips Road and Fairfield Street.

Both vehicles involved in the wreck were undrivable, police said.

Two vehicles were damaged Friday after a collision shortly before 8 a.m. at the intersection of Rice Rips Road and Fairfield Street. Oakland police said neither vehicle was drivable and both were towed from the scene. Photo courtesy of Oakland Fire Department

Lt. Adam Sirois of the Oakland Police Department said the 7:45 a.m. crash occurred when a 2020 Subaru Ascent being driven by Caroline Lafave, 39, of Oakland, was leaving Rice Rips Road and turning right to head toward Fairfield Center. The Subaru crossed the yellow line and struck a pickup truck being driven south toward Oakland downtown by William O’Sullivan, 24, of North Anson, according to Sirois.

The Subaru hit the 1996 Ford F350 in the truck’s front tire region, causing the truck to go off to the right and into the soft shoulder on the west side of the road, Sirois said.

Lafave appeared to suffer minor injuries — she was bleeding from the mouth — and refused to be taken to a hospital for treatment, he said. O’Sullivan was not hurt in the crash, he said.

Both vehicles were towed from the scene by Dostie’s Towing of Waterville, he said. The Oakland Fire Department also responded.

Police said it is unclear why the Subaru crossed the yellow line. Lafave told police she wasn’t distracted at the time and was just heading to work. The speed limit on that stretch of road is 45 mph, according to Sirois, who said he cleared the scene at 8:50 a.m. No charges were filed, he said.

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