A 52-year-old Monroe man was not injured after his truck veered off the road Jan. 12, and police deemed the crash was caused when the driver became faint after donating blood.

According to the accident report at the Waldo County Sheriff’s Office, Daniel Dolloff was headed south on the Underpass Road at about 2:45 p.m. when he began to feel faint. Dolloff, who had given blood earlier in the day, attempted to pull over and stop.

Dolloff then blacked out, and his 2008 GMC pickup left the road and struck some farm equipment, doing just over $4,200 in damage to his vehicle.

Brooks Ambulance and Rescue responded to the scene to check on Dolloff, who suffered a facial wound, but medical personnel determined that Dolloff was not seriously injured.

The farm equipment Dolloff struck sustained about $780 in damages.