The drivers of a pickup and dump truck that collided Friday on a Bureau of Land Management road on Marys Peak were uninjured but a passenger may have suffered a broken wrist, according to a report filed by the Benton County Sheriff’s Office.

The incident occured on the afternoon of Aug. 12 with deputies dispatched to the BLM Road No. 10 at 3:45 p.m., for a report of an accident with injuries. According to the report, a 40-year-old Albany woman driving a 2003 Ford pickup was traveling on the BLM road toward Highway 34 and when rounding a corner, collided with a gravel dump truck, a 2014 Kenworth driven by a 71-year-old Eddyville man.

A passenger in the pickup, a 30-year-old Albany man, reported that he had pain in his wrist and believed it to be broken, but declined medical attention, the report stated.