LIVERMORE FALLS — A local woman is listed in fair condition at a Lewiston hospital after she had a coughing spell early Wednesday and lost control of her car and it rolled over, police said.

Laticia Hall, 20, of Livermore Falls was driving a 1997 Buick north on Park Street, also known as Route 133, when the spell occurred and the car left the roadway and she overcorrected, police Lt. Thomas Gould said.

The car then crossed the road and struck a banking before rolling over, he said.

Officer Vern Stevens responded at about 2 a.m. to the accident that occurred just past the intersection of Haines Corner Road, he said.

Hall was able to get out of the vehicle but was injured, Gould said. 

She was taken by a NorthStar Emergency Medical Service ambulance to Franklin Memorial Hospital in Farmington and was transported by medical helicopter to Central Maine Medical Center with chest and facial injuries, Gould said.

Speed and alcohol were not factors in the accident, Gould said.

The vehicle was considered a total loss and was towed from the scene by Allie Bond’s Auto Body, he said.  Livermore Falls firefighters responded and assisted at the scene.

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