Emergency crews responded to Route 1 in Stockton Springs for a two-vehicle crash that reduced traffic to one lane Thursday morning.

The crash was reported shortly before 9:30 a.m. Nov. 21 near the intersection of Route 1 and Denslow Road. Initial dispatch reports indicated the occupant of one of the vehicles was trapped inside.

Arnold Snyder, 76, of Stockton Springs, was attempting to turn left onto Route 1 in a 2006 Toyota passenger car from Denslow Road when he failed to yield to Michael Sealy, 46, of Bucksport, who was traveling east on Route 1 in a 2002 Ford pickup truck, according to the accident report by Deputy Darrin Moody.

Sealy was unable to avoid Snyder's vehicle and struck the Toyota on the front driver's side of the vehicle, the report stated. The front air bag in Snyder's vehicle deployed as a result of the collision, the report stated.

Snyder was taken by ambulance to an area hospital to be treated for an injury to his arms, the report said. Sealy complained of pain in his legs but was not taken to the hospital.

Both vehicles were towed due to disabling damage, the report said.

Stockton Fire and Ambulance responded to the scene of the crash, as well as Stockton Police and deputies from the Waldo County Sheriff's Office.