PARIS — An Oxford woman was injured Wednesday afternoon after police say she lost control of her vehicle driving on the ice-slicked Hebron Road during a snowstorm.

Ashley Harris, 18, of Oxford was driving a 1994 Jeep Cherokee eastbound on Hebron Road at 2:45 p.m. when the accident occurred. According to Sgt. Jeff Lange, the woman lost control of the Jeep, which went across the road into the opposite lane, struck a snowbank and flipped over, landing sideways across the road.

Harris was taken to Stephens Memorial Hospital in Norway for treatment of a minor injury. Lange said she was cited for failure to maintain control of her vehicle.

The accident was one of several in Paris and surrounding towns during the storm that reached Oxford Hills shortly before noon with heavy bands of snow.

At noon, a car flipped on High Street and Elm Hill Road and sent two people to the hospital, Lange said.

Jennifer Robichaud, 23, of Oxford was driving a 2002 Chevrolet Suburban northbound when she lost control of it and it went into the opposite lane, hit a snowbank and flipped on its side, Lange said.


Robichaud and a passenger, 23-year-old Veronika Christmas of West Paris, were taken to Stephens Memorial Hospital in Norway for treatment of minor injuries.

The investigation into the accident is pending.

Police also responded to other accidents in the area, including a rollover on Oxford Street in Paris.

Oxford Police Sgt. Alan Coffin said Oxford police responded to a rollover in Paris on Oxford Street at 12:30 p.m. while Paris police were tied up at other accidents.

According to police, David MacDonald, 20, of Paris was driving northbound on Oxford Street in a 2002 Ford Ranger pickup when he lost control of it and it slid across the street and into a snowbank, flipping over.

No injuries or citations were reported.

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