SAINT ALBANS, Maine (NEWS CENTER) -- Police say alcohol was likely a factor in a crash Friday night in Saint Albans that seriously injured several people.
It happened shortly before 11pm on the Mountain Road.
The Somerset County Sheriff's Department says a GMC truck was traveling south toward Hartland when it cross the center line and hit a Chevy Blazer head on.
The driver of the GMC fled, but all four people in the Blazer suffered injuries, one suffered critical head injuries.
Police say Jason Bryant was driving the GMC.
He was found inside a home near the crash scene.
He's facing charges of O.U.I., leaving the scene of an accident, and falsifying physical evidence.