A single car accident closed Pinnacle Road Friday night for several hours while emergency crews worked on the scene. Two people were injured.

At 8:05 p.m. a call went out dispatching emergency crews to Pinnacle Road (Route 220) near Wagon Wheel Way.

A Waldo County Fire and EMS Alert North Facebook post about the crash read, “Single vehicle, 2 occupants injured, one lying in the middle of the road, unconscious, breathing status questionable."

According to Waldo County Sheriff's Office Lt. Matt Curtis, the driver was Erika Bishop, 28, of Hope. She and a passenger were traveling south on Pinnacle Road when her 2007 Hundai Santa Fe went off the road to the right. Bishop over-corrected and rolled over several times.

Curtis said Bishop was ejected from the vehicle. Passenger Joseph Burdette, 37, of Vassalboro also was injured in the crash.

Both Bishop and Burdette were taken to area hospitals. Bishop was later transferred to Northern Light Eastern Maine Medical Center in Bangor. As of Monday, June 24, Curtis said Burdette has been released from the hospital while Bishop remains in stable condition at EMMC.

The road was shut down from the intersection of West Main Street to Stickney Hill Road. According to the EMS Facebook post, Pinnacle Road was reopened at 11:10 p.m.

A yellow Labrador retriever-pitbull-terrier mix traveling in the car was initially reported missing, but as of Sunday evening, had been found.

Liberty and Montville fire departments responded, along with Liberty Ambulance.

Curtis said speed and alcohol appear to have been factors but the crash is still under investigation.