The Tennessee Highway Patrol has been unable to positively identify a woman who was seriously injured in a head-on collision Saturday in Dickson County. Rescue personnel from Dickson County Fire and Rescue and the Burns Fire Department had to cut the roof off the pickup to remove the victim, who was flown by LifeFlight to Vanderbilt University Medical Center. According to law enforcement officers on the scene, the woman was found to have multiple driver’s licenses and identifications in several different names in her possession. The accident report by Trooper Mark Blasco does not provide a name, age or address for the woman. The report says a 1996 GMC pickup driven by 49-year-old Wayne Rigdon of Burns was westbound on Highway 70 when another vehicle pulled out in front of him around 5:47 pm Saturday near Catfish Kitchen. Rigdon swerved into the eastbound lane to avoid the vehicle and struck a 2004 Dodge Dakota head-on. The driver of the Dodge is identified as 29-year-old Ronald McElhose Jr., but the report does not give his address. The unidentified woman was a passenger in the Dodge. The report says the vehicle that pulled onto the highway left the scene and remains unidentified at this time. McElhose and Rigdon suffered minor injuries but were not transported to the hospital, according to the report. Charges of criminal impersonation and driving on an expired license have been filed against McElhose. The report says criminal impersonation and possession of false identifications charges will be filed against the female passenger. The accident remains under investigation and officers are seeking information to identify the vehicle and driver that left the scene.