Knox County Sheriff’s Office along with Warren Fire and Rescue responded to a crash involving a motorcycle and two other vehicles at the intersection of Western Road and Route 90 at 1:30 p.m. Sept. 11.

No one was seriously injured.

According to witnesses and people involved, a 2005 Subaru, driven by Ann Robison, 63, of Thomaston had stopped at the intersection on Western Road, and then proceeded to cross, heading south. As she did, she pulled in front of a 1999 BMW motorcycle heading West on Route 90, driven by Derek Ahl, 43, of South Berwick.

Ahl struck the driver’s side of the Subaru and went airborne over the car. The motorcycle’s momentum veered off the Subaru and into a 1999 Nissan truck, stopped at the stop sign facing north, driven by Andrew Bjerrum, 44, of Damariscotta.

Ahl and Robison were checked at the scene by paramedics of Warren Ambulance. Ahl was shaken up and sore, but no injuries reported, and Robison received a minor cut on the face and ear from glass. Bjerrum was not injured.

"Thankfully he did have his helmet and appropriate motorcycle attire that, without a doubt, saved injuries," said Chief Deputy Tim Carroll of the Sheriff's Office in an email.

No one was taken to a hospital.

The Subaru’s damage is estimated at $5,000, the Nissan at $2,500 and the BMW motorcycle was a total loss.