FARMINGTON — Two drivers were injured Thursday morning when their vehicles collided at Farmington Falls and Mason roads.

Nicole Pomeroy, 23, of Jay and her 3-month old son, Louis Provencal, were traveling east on the Farmington Falls Road when she attempted to make a left turn onto Mason Road, Farmington Police Department Sgt. Michael Adcott said.

She was driving a 2000 Ford Focus station wagon and collided with a vehicle driven by Roger Briscoe, 32, of Wilton, Adcott said. He was driving a 1993 Honda Civic hatchback west, coming from New Sharon, Adcott said.

The baby was not hurt in the 11 a.m. crash, he said.

Pomeroy suffered a displaced hip, chipped femur and head lacerations, police said. She was not wearing a seat belt.

Briscoe was wearing a seat belt and complained of pain in his chest, he said.

Both were taken to Franklin Memorial Hospital. Pomeroy was transferred to Maine Medical Center in Portland in stable condition, an FMH spokesman said, and Briscoe was treated and released.

A Maine State Police reconstructionist was called to the scene and officers from Franklin County Sheriff’s Department did mapping at the scene. The accident is still under investigation, he said.

NorthStar ambulances transported the victims to the hospital and members of Farmington Fire and Rescue helped at the scene.

Both cars were totaled and hauled away by wreckers from Collins and Bryans.

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