A reportedly sun-blinded motorist left a trail of destruction as he made his way through busy North Main Street in Winterport on Friday morning, sending one person to the hospital and causing multiple vehicle collisions.

At approximately 10:37 a.m., David Colukie, 85, of Swanville was driving a dark blue Ford F-150 pickup truck south on Main Street near Dollar General when he said the sun blinded him, which caused him to drive into the oncoming lane, according to Waldo County Sheriff's Office.

A 2017 Kawasaki 800 motorcycle driven by James Hall, 48, of Winterport was traveling north on Main Street and was clipped by the Ford pickup, which caused Hall to be thrown from the motorcycle. Hall was taken to Eastern Maine Medical Center with injuries that caused him to be incapacitated, according to police.

Robert Godin and a passenger were also driving north in a green Toyota Camry and swerved right to avoid hitting the Ford pickup, which caused Godin to drive off the road and into a culvert. He and his passenger did not seek medical attention.

A white Jeep Cherokee driven by Bobbie Jean Adam, 50, of Dexter, was also in the path of the Ford pickup. She swerved left to avoid a head-on collision which turned her vehicle 360-degrees until she slammed against a blue Ford Freestar driven by Kelly Hathaway, 38, of Searsport, who had pulled off the road and onto the shoulder.

Colukie, the driver of the pickup, was treated and released by Winterport Ambulance service. No other injuries were reported.

No charges were immediately filed, according to the Sheriff's Office.

Winterport Fire and Rescue worked traffic control as Main Street was reduced to one lane for approximately an hour and a half while wreckers worked to remove all of the vehicles involved in the chain-reaction crashes.