A 26-year-old woman died in Wesley on Sunday when she lost control of her car, which rolled over and trapped her underneath it, according to police.

It was the fourth reported fatal crash involving a Mainer over the Thanksgiving holiday weekend. A man in Rockland airlifted to Eastern Maine Medical Center in Bangor was listed in critical condition Saturday after he crashed his pickup truck into a tree and struck a telephone poll. On the eve of Thanksgiving, a passenger died in a two-car crash in Gorham.

The rollover Sunday occurred sometime before 6:24 p.m., when dispatchers in Washington County received a call that a 2009 Nissan was blocking the roadway on Route 192 in Wesley, according to the Washington County Sheriff’s Office. The caller reported that a person, who police later identified as Asia Wells of East Machias, was underneath the vehicle.

When emergency crews arrived, they determined Wells had been heading toward Machias when she lost control of the car, rolled over, was partially ejected from the vehicle, and died at the scene.

Wesley Fire Department, Downeast Ambulance, state police, the Maine Warden Service and Washington County Sheriff’s deputies responded to the crash, which remains under investigation.

Police said they do not believe speed or alcohol were factors that caused the crash.

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Callie Ferguson

Callie Ferguson is an investigative reporter for the Bangor Daily News. She writes about criminal justice, police and housing.