A Hope woman ran into the rear of a flatbed trailer last week while jogging on Camden Street, Rockland police concluded.

In a news release issued Feb. 15, police said 42-year-old Jennifer Messier was jogging on Camden Street shortly after 10 a.m. Feb. 9 and attempted to cross the street near where the Shore Village Apartments are located.

There was no crosswalk at that location, according to police.

She misjudged traffic and ran into the rear of the trailer owned by Journey’s End Marina Transportation of Rockland. The tractor was operated by Jason Spear, 46, of Rockport. No charges will be filed. Spear did not know that Messier had run into the back of the 53-foot long trailer, police said.

Messier was taken to Pen Bay Medical Center in Rockport by Rockland Emergency Medical Service and then flown by a LifeFlight helicopter to Eastern Maine Medical Center in Bangor. Messier suffered a broken pelvis, broken leg, and broken elbow as well as other injuries. Messier is in stable condition.

The incident was investigated by Sgt. Ken Smith