According to Sudbury Police Lt. Robert Grady, the accident happened in the vicinity of 394 Maynard Rd. just before 4 p.m.
Grady a car in the southbound lane crossed over into the northbound lane, striking an oncoming motorist head-on.
The injuries to the two people were considered non-life-threatening.
Sudbury police wound up citing one motorist for a marked lanes violation and unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle.
In other police news from Dec. 6:
- A staff member at Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School found an abandoned bag of marijuana outside the school. Grady said it was less than an ounce of marijuana. No one was charged or cited.
- Sudbury police are investigating a shoplifting case from Rite Aid. An unidentified person allegedly stole multiple items valued at $70 each.
- A Lincoln-Sudbury student reported his wallet was stolen at the school. The wallet contained cash, debit cards and his license.