BRUNSWICK — Two women were taken to Maine Medical Center in Portland Monday after an early morning crash.

A Nissan Juke crashed into a utility pole on Old Portland Road at the intersection of Highland Road shortly after 3 a.m., according to a Brunswick Police Department press release. The pole snapped and downed power lines closed off the road.

Two passengers were trapped inside the vehicle until power was cut. Jennifer Monahan, 44, of Freeport and Regina Davis, 47, of South Windham were taken to Maine Medical Center with serious injuries. The crash is still under investigation, the release states.

The press didn’t say who was driving the vehicle and attempts Monday to contact police for more information were unsuccessful.

A Maine Medical Center spokesperson said late Monday morning that Monahan was listed in serious condition and Davis was in fair condition.

Old Portland Road was closed at the Highland Road intersection for several hours for utility pole repairs.


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