Authorities have identified the woman killed in a morning crash in Dayton as Sandra Lambert, 43, of Limerick.

The crash happened at 10 a.m. and also sent Lambert’s passenger, Cindy Kamszik, 36, of Buxton to Maine Medical Center in Portland.

The crash happened in front of D and H Convenience Store at the intersections of Routes 5 and 35.

Lambert was driving a 2000 Oldsmobile sedan east on Route 5 when the car was hit by a 2003 Dodge 1500 pickup driven by Jeffrey V. Makela, 25, of Standish. Makela was headed north on Route 35 and failed to stop at a stop sign, according to the York County Sheriff’s Office.

The collision pushed the Oldsmobile into a dump truck owned by Thyng Paving of Lyman, which was stopped in traffic.

Makela was taken to Southern Maine Medical Center in Biddeford, where he was treated and released.

Rescue crews from Goodwin Mills, Waterboro and Biddeford responded as did the State Police commercial vehicle enforcement unit. Troopers are investigating possible safety violations by the truck, though they did not contribute to the crash, the sheriff’s office said.

The crash remains under investigation.
 

2:16 p.m.

DAYTON — A 43-year-old woman was killed when the car she was driving south on Route 5 in Dayton was hit by a pickup truck headed north on Route 35

The 10 a.m. collision drove the car, an Oldsmobile sedan, into a dump truck that was stopped in traffic, according to the York County Sheriff’s Office.

Witnesses told deputies that the pickup did not stop for a blinking red light.

A female passenger in the Oldsmobile was taken to Maine Medical Center. The driver of the pickup was taken to Southern Maine Medical Center. Details on their condition were not available.

The driver of the dump truck was not hurt.

The crash remains under investigation.