AUBURN — Four people were injured in separate crashes Tuesday, one on Washington Street and one on Route 4, police said.  

Kevin Overlock, 43, of Windham was charged with operating with a suspended license after his Harley-Davidson motorcycle was struck by a car Tuesday morning at the Beech Hill Road intersection on Washington Street, Sgt. Nathan Westleigh said. 

A Honda driven by Jedrek Brown, 29, of Auburn pulled out from Beech Hill Road to turn onto Washington when his vehicle struck Overlock’s motorcycle at 8:09 a.m. 

“Even though Overlock wasn’t at fault, he was still charged because of his suspended license,” Westleigh said. 

Overlock was taken to Central Maine Medical Center to be treated for a broken leg, Westleigh said. 

Later Tuesday, at 3:45 p.m., a Ford F-250 operated by Dennis Mcalister, 60, of Buckfield was rear-ended by a Nissan Rogue driven by Eric Morin, 33, of Jay in front of Emerson Chevrolet on Center Street. 

Westleigh said Mcalister was attempting to turn into a parking lot when Morin, who was traveling behind him, failed to slow down in time.

Mcalister, his wife Diane, 58, and Morin were all taken to Central Maine Medical Center for minor injuries, Westleigh said. 

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