HOPE — Rescue crews from Hope, Lincolnville and Camden responded to a pickup truck that rolled on its roof following a Monday morning crash.

The driver ended up being charged as a result of the crash.

The crash was reported shortly before 11 a.m. Jan. 2 in the area of 747 Camden Road (Route 105) in Hope.

First responders arrived in the area and found a Ford pickup truck, operated by Everett Smith, 60, of Hope, on its roof in a ravine with a small stream. The incident is still under investigation but the Knox County Sheriff’s Office said in a news release that it appears the truck was traveling east on Camden Road and the driver lost control. The vehicle crossed the center-line a few times before it went into the ditch on the right side of the road, rolled over and came to rest on its roof in the ravine.

Smith and his passenger, Troy Jackson, 55, of Appleton, were trapped in the vehicle and had to be extricated.

Jackson was taken to a local hospital for possible injuries. Smith was released at the scene and the vehicle was towed due to the extent of damage.

Smith was arrested for operating under the influence and driving to endanger, according to the Sheriff’s Office.

The Sheriff’s office was assisted by Hope, Camden, Rockport, and Lincolnville Fire Departments, NorthEast Ambulance, Camden Exxon and Maine Department of Environmental Protection