BATH, Maine (NEWS CENTER) -- Four people have been hospitalized, two with life-threatening injuries, after a car crash in Bath.
Police say a silver Acura rear-ended a Lincoln, pushing it several hundred feet. The Acura then lost control, struck a sign, and rolled over into the right side of the median.
The driver of the Acura was transported to Maine Medical Center with serious, life threatening injuries. The passenger in that car also suffered life threatening injuries and had to be taken by Lifeflight to Central Maine Medical Center.
Both people in the Lincoln were transported to MidCoast Hospital in Brunswick with non-life threatening injuries.
Police are not releasing any of the victims' names.
The northbound side of Route One will be closed from the New Meadows exit in West Bath all the way to Bath for several hours while police investigate the crash.