Police on Friday morning were still waiting on fingerprint results to officially identify a man killed in a Wednesday crash on Plains Road in Readfield.

The crash also injured the two other men in the car, at least one of whom has already been released from the hospital.

Chief Deputy Ryan Reardon of the Kennebec County Sheriff’s Office said the man killed in the crash is believed to be from another state, and the sheriff’s office is waiting to confirm the identity with the man’s family before releasing the name.

Reardon said he didn’t know when the identify would be confirmed.

The driver, Thorr Ellis, 20, and a passenger, Bradley Plevyak, 19, both of Gardiner, suffered broken bones and internal injuries. All three men in the vehicle were taken to Central Maine Medical Center in Lewiston after the accident.

Ellis had been released by Friday morning, according to a hospital spokeswoman. Plevyak’s family asked the hospital to withhold information on his condition.

The crash occurred shortly before 5 p.m. as the men were heading north on Plains Road in Ellis’ Audi A4. Ellis told investigators he swerved to avoid a deer before losing control of the car, Reardon said. The car left the road, hit a large boulder and sheared off a tree before coming to rest on its roof.

It is unclear if any of the men wore a seatbelt. The man who died was ejected from the car, Reardon said.

Ellis and Plevyak stayed in the car and got out on their own after the crash, Reardon said.

Investigators are not certain where in the car the unidentified man or Plevyak were sitting, Reardon said.

Maine State Police were called to reconstruct the crash.