CORINNA, Maine — One person died after a truck and a Jeep collided early Saturday afternoon in Corinna.

James Maloney, his wife, Susan Boudreau-Maloney, and their dog were traveling in a Jeep along Route 7 toward Corinna from Dexter around 12:30 p.m. Saturday when a pickup truck got onto Route 7 from the Amsden Road and struck Maloney’s vehicle, according to an online statement from the Maine State Police.

Maloney was ejected from the Jeep, suffering a fatal injury, according to the state police. His wife and the dog also were injured in the crash.

The male juvenile who was driving the truck was not injured, state police said.

Bourdeau-Maloney was taken to a hospital for treatment of injuries that were not considered life-threatening, according to the state police. The dog was transported to Brewer Emergency Veterinary Clinic.

State police continue to investigate the crash. Anyone with information about the crash should contact Trooper Taylor Bagley at 973-3700.

The Dexter Fire Department and Corinna fire departments, Penobscot County Sheriff’s Office, Mayo Ambulance Service, LifeFlight of Maine and the Penobscot County district attorney’s office assisted state police.