A car driven by Susan Brown, 65, of Wilton was damaged early Tuesday on Route 4 in Livermore Falls when it collided with a pickup truck driven by Desmond Dunham, 40, of Livermore Falls. Photo by Livermore Falls Fire Department

LIVERMORE FALLS — A Wilton woman and her passenger were injured Tuesday morning when her car collided with a pickup truck on Route 4, Police Chief Ernest Steward Jr. said.

Susan Brown, 65, of Wilton suffered broken bones and her passenger, Keith Fair, 38, suffered facial lacerations, Steward said.

Both were listed in fair condition Tuesday night at Central Maine Medical Center in Lewiston, according to a nursing supervisor.

The truck driver, Desmond Dunham, 40, of Livermore Falls was treated at the scene but not taken to a hospital.

Brown was driving south when her car crossed the centerline into the path of the pickup, headed north near Motor Supply Co., Steward said.

Firefighters removed a car door to get to Brown, according to Deputy Fire Chief Scott Shink.

Firefighters drove two NorthStar EMS ambulances to Central Maine Medical Center in Lewiston while  medical personnel worked on Brown and Fair, Shink said.

Officers Michael Adcock and Erik Johnson responded to the 5:05 a.m. accident.

Brown’s 2013 Nissan sedan and Dunham’s 2012 Toyota were towed from the scene, Steward said.

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