FAIRFIELD — A 15-year-old girl allegedly driving a vehicle Waterville Police had been pursuing crashed into five parked cars in Fairfield and suffered minor injuries Friday night.

Fairfield Police Sgt. Patrick Mank said Waterville Police attempted to stop a vehicle Friday on Drummond Avenue in Waterville but the driver failed to stop.

As Fairfield officers were responding to assist, they were notified that Waterville Police had discontinued the pursuit. Moments later, according to a news release from Fairfield Police, they were dispatched to a vehicle crash on Savage Street in Fairfield. Drummond Avenue becomes Savage Street in Fairfield.

Fairfield Police said upon their arrival at the crash scene, they learned that the vehicle involved in the crash was the vehicle that had been pursued by Waterville Police.

Mank said the vehicle left the roadway and struck five unoccupied parked vehicles. Police declined to identify the juvenile driver, who they said is from the Skowhegan area. She was taken to a hospital with minor injuries. She was not charged with any crimes relating to the crash, according to the release from Fairfield Police, who directed inquiries about the pursuit and any charges related to it to the Waterville department. Waterville Police could not be reached for that information Saturday or Sunday.

The incident occurred around 9:30 p.m. Friday.


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