A Norridgewock man remained hospitalized Saturday in Bangor with spinal injuries after he was involved in a three-vehicle crash Friday on Route 139 in Norridgewock, according to Cpl. Ritchie Putnam, of the Somerset County Sheriff’s Office.

Michael Heath, 44, was taken by LifeFlight helicopter to Eastern Maine Medical Center in Bangor after the 3:53 p.m. accident, which occurred when the 2005 Jeep Cherokee he was driving south was rear-ended when he stopped to turn left onto Benjamin Drive, Putnam said Saturday.

A 2014 GMC pickup truck driven by Ryan Nickerson, 28, also of Norridgewock, was behind the Jeep and the GMC rear-ended the Jeep, forcing the Jeep into the southbound lane, where it struck a 2015 Ford truck being driven by Steve Baumann, 45, of Falmouth, according to Putnam.

Baumann was taken by ambulance to Redington-Fairview General Hospital in Skowhegan, where he was treated for a broken arm and released Friday night, Putnam said. Nickerson was not injured in the accident, he said.

Also uninjured were Baumann’s two children, who were sitting in the front passenger and back seat of the Ford truck, according to Putnam. He said the children were taken to the Skowhegan hospital as a precaution, and they were found to be uninjured.

Putnam said no charges had been filed as of Saturday in the accident, which remains under investigation.

He said further updates on the investigation probably won’t be issued until Monday, after sheriff’s officials speak with the district attorney’s office. He added that authorities will be looking for anyone who witnessed the accident.

All the accident victims were wearing seat belts at the time of the crash, according to Putnam.

All three vehicles were destroyed, he said.

A call placed Saturday to Eastern Maine Medical Center for a condition report on Heath was not returned.

The Norridgewock Fire Department, as well as Redington-Fairview EMS and Anson-Madison-Starks ambulance services, responded to the scene Friday, where debris from the vehicles hung in the trees and residents of a nearby trailer park watched the goings-on.