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Two people suffered minor injuries and a house and three vehicles were damaged in a crash in Trenton that blocked traffic for more than an hour Thursday morning.

Christopher Webber, 42, of Bangor was driving north in a Ryder box truck at about 8:15 a.m. on Route 3 when he crossed into the opposing lane and hit a Honda SUV driven by Alexander Berger, 27, of Bar Harbor.

The truck continued off the road into a house while a southbound Toyota Camry driven by Terri-Ann Anderson, 57, of Ellsworth struck the Honda, state police said.

Anderson and Berger were taken by ambulance to Northern Light Maine Coast Hospital in Ellsworth and were treated for minor injuries. Webber was not injured. The three were wearing seat belts when the crash occurred, state police said.

The crash occurred between Romers and Drivein lanes on the street known locally as Bar Harbor Road, according to a state police dispatcher.

The road was listed on the Hancock County Sheriff’s Office Facebook page as reopened as of 9:45 a.m. Traffic was diverted to Bayside and Goose Cove roads while emergency workers attended to the crash, according to the sheriff’s office.