GEORGETOWN — A Sunday night boat crash on the Sheepscot River in Georgetown that left three people injured remains under investigation by the Maine Marine Patrol.

Sgt. Danny White said the recreational fishing boat that ran aground on Turnip Island was owned and operated by 76-year-old Glenn Wise. White said Wise, who lives in Florida, is a seasonal resident of MacMahon Island in Georgetown.

White said the boat, which was travelling to MacMahon after the sun had set, hit ledge. Turnip Island is at the southern tip of MacMahon Island.

Wise was not injured but his three passengers all had to be taken to Maine Medical Center. Local lobsterman used their boats to transport emergency responders to the crash site.

White described the injuries as an assortment of broken bones, bumps and bruises.