LIMERICK, Maine — A woman involved in an accident on Parsonfield Road on Wednesday morning is facing a trio of charges, according to York County Sheriff William King.
Tabitha Cochrane, 32, of Standish lost control of her Chevrolet sedan around 9 a.m. and wound up about 100 yards off the road in a field, according to King. Indications are the vehicle rolled over several times, leaving debris in the field.
Cochrane, who was screaming inside the vehicle, was extricated by rescue personnel and taken to Maine Medical Center in Portland with injuries not considered life-threatening.
King said among the debris that came from the vehicle were drug paraphernalia, and she had been driving with a revoked license. She also had two sets of bail conditions prohibiting her from operating a vehicle.
Cochrane was summoned for operating after suspension, driving to endanger and violation of bail. She remains in critical condition.