RAYMOND — A man was seriously injured and his car caught fire after a four-car accident on Route 302 this afternoon.

Capt. Jeff Davis of the Cumberland County Sheriff’s office said the accident occurred about 5 p.m. near the intersection of Route 302 and Hawthorne Road.

Davis said it appears the accident occurred when a Ford sedan driven by Steven Hazen, 62, was turning left into a driveway while headed east on Route 302. The car was hit from behind by a Coca-Cola pick-up truck driven by Robert Boyle, 50, Davis said.

Hazen’s car was pushed into the westbound lane of Route 302, where it was hit by a Chevy pick-up driven by Brian Clark, 64, Davis said. Clark’s truck then went off the road and into the woods, while Hazen’s car was pushed back into the eastbound lane, where it was hit by a Toyota SUV driven by Ellen DeLuca, 61, according to Davis.

Hazen’s car then caught fire.

Davis said Hazen was taken to Maine Medical Center for head and leg injuries that were considered serious, but not life-threatening. Clark was also taken to Maine Medical Center for possible head and neck injuries.

Davis said there was no information available on the condition of either man and he did not have the addresses or hometowns of any of the drivers.

The accident is under investigation, he said.