A two-vehicle crash Thursday afternoon claimed the life of one individual and injured two others.

Police dispatch put out a call at approximately 4 p.m. of a crash at the intersection of North Palermo Road and Greeley/Albion roads with possible entrapment.

According to the Waldo County Sheriff's Office, Dawna Kent, 48, of Manchester died as a result of her injuries. Her passenger, Michael Curran, 44, of Fairfield, was taken to Inland Hospital in Waterville with what were believed non-life-threatening injuries.

The driver of the other vehicle, Ruben Schofield Sr., 45, of Thorndike, was treated and released with minor injuries.

The accident involved a 2009 Ford Focus driven by Kent, and a Ford F-350 truck owned by Cianbro and driven by Schofield.

According to the Waldo County Sheriff's office, the Focus was traveling northwesterly on Greeley Road to the intersection with North Palermo Road. When approaching the intersection, the Focus failed to stop at the stop sign and crossed into the path of the truck. The F350 struck the Focus on the driver's side.

Roads were closed for approximately 2½ hours while emergency personnel worked the scene.

Freedom Fire Department answered the call along with State Police Reconstruction Unit and Commercial Vehicle Enforcement, Waldo County Sheriff’s Department and Delta Ambulance service.

The crash remains under investigation.