ROCKLAND — Two trucks collided late Tuesday morning at a Rockland intersection.

Three people were checked by Rockland emergency medical services and each declined transfer to Pen Bay Medical Center.

The crash occurred at 11:10 a.m. on Dec. 13 when Phillip Harrington, 35, of Woolwich, was operating his blue 2003 Dodge Ram pickup truck west on Maverick Street and was trying to turn left from Maverick Street and onto Old County Road to head south.

At the same time, Joseph Richardi, 50, of Rockport was operating his black 2012 Nissan Frontier pickup truck east on Route 17 and crossing through the intersection of Route 17 and Old County Road.

Harrington turned his truck in front of Richardi’s truck. Richardi was unable to avoid hitting the Dodge truck and crashed into the truck, which caused the Harringtons’ vehicle to roll over and onto its side.

Both vehicles were totaled and were towed from the scene by Camden Exxon. There were no reported injuries, police reported.

This crash remains under investigation.

Rockland police rerouted traffic while they waited for the vehicles to be removed.

Emergency crews responded to the Tuesday morning, Dec. 13 crash. Photo by Stephen Betts

A pickup truck had extensive damage to its front end. Photo by Stephen Betts