ENFIELD, Maine — A Portland woman was killed Saturday and a Howland woman remains in serious condition after a collision on Route 2, police said Monday.

Chief Deputy Troy Morton of the Penobscot County Sheriff’s Office said the deceased victim is Karla Kenniston, 64. She was pronounced dead at the scene, he said.

The crash occurred at 11:30 Saturday morning near the intersection of Route 2 and Mohawk Road. Kenniston was a passenger in an SUV driven by Kathi Hinkelman-Emery, 60, of Lincoln.

An eastbound SUV driven by Katie Martin, 29, of Howland, had crossed the centerline and struck Hinkelman-Emery’s vehicle head-on, Morton said. Martin remains in serious condition at Eastern Maine Medical Center in Bangor.

Martin’s passenger Jonathan Noonan, 48, of Sebois remains in critical condition at EMMC. A 7-year-old boy in the vehicle was not injured, Morton said.

Hinkelman-Emery is listed in stable condition at Penobscot Valley Hospital in Lincoln. Her other two passengers, Kristi Birmingham, 63, of Lincoln and Joanne Hinkelman, 86, of Lincoln, also remain hospitalized, Morton said.

Hinkelman is in stable condition at Penobscot Valley Hospital and Birmingham in serious condition at EMMC. The accident remains under investigation.

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