A crash in Lincolnville Center Aug. 27 between a dump truck and a pickup truck resulted in two men being transported to the hospital.

A second crash involving a motorcycle, which occurred while rescue workers were busy with the first crash, sent a third man to the hospital.

Officials at the scenes said the three men were in stable condition.

The first call came in at about 9:30 a.m. A dump truck, owned by Young’s Construction of Lincolnville and driven by Jacob Esancy, 25, of Liberty, was traveling down Route 52 near the intersection with Main Street when the vehicle lost its drive shaft, which cut the brake line, according to Lincolnville Fire Chief Ben Hazen.

The dump truck careened through the intersection and collided with a Ford pickup truck on Heal Road, driven by Fred Moody, 58, of Lincolnville.

At the scene, officials said both men were in stable condition with one being transported to Waldo County General Hospital in Belfast and the other to Penobscot Bay Medical Center in Rockport.

Shortly after 10 a.m. another crash occurred at the intersection of Route 173 and High Street.

In that crash, Randy Thivierge, 51, of Rockland was operating a BMW motorcycle on Route 173 headed toward Lincolnville Center when he attempted to turn onto High Street. Thivierge collided with a Rankin’s Hardware delivery truck, according to Waldo County Sheriff’s Office Lt. Jason Trundy.

The driver of the delivery truck was William Dvorak, 65, of Camden. Dvorak was nearly to a stop at the stop sign when the collision occurred, Trundy said.

Thivierge was transported to the hospital by ambulance.

This story will be updated when more information becomes available.