Officials have released more details about an accident in Bradford Saturday evening that sent seven people to the hospital, including four juveniles.

The Penobscot County Sheriff's Office was called to the intersection of Storer Road and Williams Road just before 6:30. The Penobscot County Sheriff's Office says two pick-up trucks were involved in the crash. One vehicle, a Chevrolet 1500, contained only the driver, 65-year-old Mark Libby of Bradford, who was taken to Northern Light Eastern Maine Medical Center.

The other vehicle, a Ford F-150, contained a total of six people. The driver, 55-year-old Vance Corliss of Bradford, along with passengers Rebecca Corliss, 39, or Bradford, and four people under the age of 18 were all taken to the hospital, as well. The names of the minors are not being released, at this time.

The area around the intersection was closed while the crash was reconstructed. There's no word, at this point, about the condition of the victims. The crash remains under investigation.

We'll update this story as more details become available.