SCARBOROUGH — A Scarborough man may have been unconscious when the SUV he was driving crashed into the entrance of Anjon’s Italian restaurant on Route 1 this afternoon, police said.

The accident happened around 3:45 p.m. as Tyler Parechanian, 19, was traveling north on Route 1 in a Chevrolet Tahoe, said Officer Andrew Flynn.

The SUV crossed the center line and struck a Ford pickup truck heading south that was driven by Paul Goudreau, 51, of Old Orchard Beach, Flynn said.

The collision forced both vehicles into a guardrail, then the SUV struck two vacant cars that were parked in Anjon’s lot, forcing one of them into the doorway area of the restraurant’s front entrance.

No one received visible injuries in the crash, and no one was injured in the restaurant, Flynn said. The crash broke two glass panels in the doorway, but the restaurant continued to operate as soon as the cars were cleared, an Anjon’s employee said.

Parechanian and his passenger, Keith MacDonald, 20, also of Scarborough, were transported to local hospitals for medical observation.

Parechanian may have been unconscious at the time of the crash but was conscious when police arrived at the scene, Flynn said.

No charges have been filed.