BANGOR, Maine — A Corinna woman died Saturday night after the Jeep she was riding in lost control on black ice and struck another vehicle on Route 2 in Pittsfield.

The crash happened at 8:30 p.m., when an eastbound Jeep Wrangler lost control on black ice and struck a Chevy Tahoe in a head-on collision between Beans Corner Road and Higgins Road, Maine Department of Public Safety spokesman Stephen McCausland said Sunday.

Road conditions at the time were icy, McCausland said.

The driver of the Jeep, Joseph Ortolano Sr., 68, of Corinna, was taken to Sebasticook Valley Hospital in Pittsfield with multiple injuries. His wife, 67-year-old Camille Ortolano, died at the scene, McCausland said.

All seven of the people in the Tahoe — driver Michael Pease, 43, his wife Heather Willis, 41, and their five children ages 8 to 17, all of Industry, were taken to Sebasticook Valley Hospital with injuries that were not considered life threatening, McCausland said.

The road was closed at the crash site until midnight.

State police, Pittsfield and Fairfield police, and fire and emergency medical personnel from Pittsfield, Canaan and Detroit all responded to the crash.

In another weekend crash, an Eagle Lake woman and her two passengers were hospitalized after she lost control of the vehicle she driving and struck a utility pole Saturday afternoon, according to a state police news release.

Michelle Labbe, 52, of Eagle Lake was driving a 2011 Dodge Durango north along Route 11 in Nashville Plantation shortly before 4 p.m. when she lost control of the vehicle on a slushy stretch of road, crossed the roadway and struck a utility pole, according to news release. Speed was not a factor in the crash.

Labbe sustained serious injuries in the crash, the release stated.

Her passengers, Marie Leblanc, 55, and Joseph Davis, 74, both of Fort Kent, also sustained injuries in the crash, the release stated. Information about the nature of those injuries was not immediately available.

All three occupants were transported to The Aroostook Medical Center in Presque Isle for treatment.

Officials from the Aroostook County Sheriff’s Office and Ashland police and fire departments also responded to the crash, the release stated.

Emera Maine reported that the accident knocked out power to about 1,900 customers in the area, including Portage and Caribou. Line crews have since repaired the pole and restored service.

The crash remains under investigation.

Slick road conditions also were blamed for a rollover crash shortly after 5:15 p.m. Saturday in Caswell, according to state police.

Bret Morgan, 19, of Caswell was driving north on U.S Route 1A when he lost control of his 2010 Dodge sedan on the slippery roadway. He crossed the oncoming lane and then his car rolled over, coming to a rest on its roof. While he was not hurt, Morgan’s car was towed because of disabling damage, state police said.

Limestone police assisted at the crash scene.

In Woodland, Emily Hanson, 28, of Scarborough suffered minor injuries when she lost control of her Jeep Wrangler around 4:20 p.m. Saturday on Route 161, which also was slippery at the time, state police said.

While Hanson did not require a trip to the hospital, her Jeep had significant damage and was towed from the scene.