HOLLIS, Maine — The names of the two people killed in a two-vehicle crash on Saturday in Hollis have been released.

Peter Reynolds, 49, and Sherri Demelle, 43, both of Limington, were killed in Saturday’s crash. The driver of the van they were passengers in was Zachary Reynolds, 17, Peter Reynold’s son, Maine Department of Public Safety spokesman Stephen McCausland said Sunday afternoon in a news release.

The teenager suffered multiple injuries but is expected to survive, McCausland said. He is being treated at Maine Medical Center.

According to McCausland, the accident happened when the Reynold’s van crossed the center line and traveled into the path of a pickup truck.

Parker said the crash took place on a straight stretch of road, and weather was a factor.

The driver of the pickup, 29-year-old David Devore, and his passenger, 24-year-old Brittany Stacey, both of Limington, suffered multiple injuries but are expected to survive, McCausland said.

Devore is being treated at Southern Maine Medical Center in Biddeford, and Stacey is being treated at Maine Medical Center in Portland.

McCausland said a team of six Maine State Police troopers went to the crash site to assist in the investigation. The road has been closed near the crash site since 2:30 p.m, when the accident was reported.

No charges are expected, McCausland said.