Two vehicles collided on a bright Tuesday morning at the intersection of Waterville Road (Route 137) and Waldo Station Road (Route 131), sending one car rolling into the ditch and leaving the other with major front-end damage.

Waldo County Sheriff Jeffrey Trafton said Beth Arnold, 55, of Belfast was traveling west on Route 137 at 8:29 a.m. Oct. 16 when a car driven east by Floyd Hughes, 69, of Searsport, failed to yield the right of way, and the two vehicles collided.

Hughes' Ford Explorer ended upside-down in a ditch, while Arnold's Honda CRV sustained damage to the front bumper, grill and driver-side fender.

Three students on their way to school came upon the crash site and helped Hughes out of his vehicle. The students, Joe Lepore, Garrett Smith and Austin Reed, said Hughes did not seem hurt, although he was quite shaken.

Belfast Fire Department and Ambulance service responded, along with Maine State Police. According to the Sheriff's Office, no injuries were reported — only property damage.

The sun may have played a role in the accident, the sheriff's report said, noting at the time of the crash, the sun was "low in the sky."

No charges were immediately filed.