Maine State Police on Tuesday continue to investigate a Monday rollover involving a tractor-trailer hauling a windmill base on U.S. Route 201 in The Forks.

Sgt. Matt Casavant of state police Troop C in Skowhegan said troopers were escorting the loaded truck from the Quebec border to a wind project in Bingham when the driver lost control on a corner in Johnson Mountain Township just before 9 a.m. Monday. The truck, trailer and load slid off the road, taking out a Central Maine Power Co. pole before coming to rest, blocking the northbound lane of Route 201.

The truck is owned by Transport Tricam of St Henri-de-Levis, Quebec, and it was operated by Frederic Mercier, 30, of Levis, Quebec, Casavant said in a statement. No injuries were reported.

State police expect the windmill base to remain on the side of Route 201 until equipment can be brought in to safely move it. Motorists are urged to use caution through the area as portions of the road were damaged in the crash.

State police were assisted at the scene by West Forks Fire Department, the Department of Environmental Protection and the Department of Transportation.

Central Maine Power and FairPoint responded to the scene to restore power and phone service.