Emergency personnel responded to the intersection of Route 1 and 1A for a report of a two-vehicle accident Monday, April 22.

The accident occurred at about 1 p.m. and involved a Peterbilt three-axle dump truck and a 2002 Ford F-250 pickup truck. Chief Deputy Jeff Trafton of the Waldo County Sheriff's Office said the driver of the F-250, Russell Banks, 40, of Lowell, Maine, was driving north onto Bangor Road when he failed to stop at the stop sign at the intersection of Route 1 and 1A.

The dump truck, driven by Theodore Hamilton, 59, of Ellsworth was traveling south when it collided with Bank's truck on the passenger side, Trafton said reading from the accident report. The collision caused the F-250 to roll over, Deputy Dan Thompson said.

Banks was taken to Waldo County General Hospital to be treated for possible broken bones and possible head injuries. Hamilton was complaining of general pain, but was otherwise unhurt.

Thompson said the F-250 was totaled in the collision. The dump truck's hood was ripped off, the front bumper was pushed in, it was leaking antifreeze and a front-end axle was bent.

Thompson said no charges are expected to be filed against Banks at this time.

Stockton Springs Fire Department, Stockton Springs Ambulance and Stockton Springs Police assisted at the scene.

Republican Journal reporter Ben Holbrook can be reached at 338-3333 or at bholbrook@courierpublicationsllc.com.