A second person has died in connection with Saturday’s crash in Belgrade.

Eastern Maine Medical Center officials confirmed Monday morning that 25-year-old Jackson Bolduc, of Belgrade, died from his injuries Sunday night.

Bolduc had been flown to the Bangor hospital by LifeFlight helicopter with life-threatening injuries.

Kristin Lawler, 20, of Oakland, was pronounced dead at the scene of the crash, which occurred around 11 p.m. Saturday on Horse Point Road in Belgrade.

Lawler’s brother, Travis Lawler, 22, a U.S. Marine home on leave from North Carolina, was driving the car as it went off the road on a curve and slammed into a tree. Police have said Lawler fled from the scene on foot and was found along the shore of Great Pond about a half-mile from the crash when a nearby resident called to report a person on his property.

Travis Lawler was taken to the hospital for treatment of cuts and scrapes.

A fourth person, Dylan Desroches, 20, of Waterville, is listed in good condition at Central Maine Medical Center in Lewiston. Desroches was flown to the hospital by LifeFlight with serious injuries.

Troopers say alcohol and speed are the cause the crash.

Maine State Police Spokesman Stephen McCausland said Lawler is expected to face charges, but no decision will be made until the investigation has been completed, and the crash report is reviewed by the district attorney’s office. That is likely to take a couple of weeks, he said.