Three people were injured and taken to Maine Medical Center on Saturday after the vehicle they were in left the road, crashed and landed upside down, the Cumberland County Sheriff’s Office said.

A Toyota SUV rolled over and landed upside down after a crash on Pownal on Friday, according to the Cumberland County Sheriff’s Office. Three people were taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries. The vehicle sustained extensive damage. Cumberland County Sheriff’s Office

The driver and his mother were both charged. Jack Kelley, 19, of Durham was charged with operating without a license after violating Maine’s zero-tolerance law, which prohibits drivers under age 21 from having any measurable amount of alcohol in the body. His mother, Margaret Kelley, 53, of Durham drove to the scene and was charged with operating under the influence.

The younger Kelley was driving a Toyota SUV with passengers Zane Campbell, 19, and Jonathan Doyle II, 19, both of Durham, who were taken to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. A third passenger, Shaina Curry, 19, of Freeport, was evaluated at the scene and released.

Campbell was listed in fair condition Saturday night, Maine Med spokeswoman Caroline Cornish said. She had no information on the others.

Police were alerted to the crash about 12:19 a.m. Saturday, and emergency crews were dispatched to Brown Road near Hallowell Road.

At the scene, they found the SUV upside down in a field. The vehicle went off the road, down an embankment, hit some small trees and rolled over, the Sheriff’s Office said.

Campbell and Doyle were not wearing seat belts and were thrown from the vehicle. The cause of the crash is under investigation, but speed and alcohol may have been factors, the Sheriff’s Office reported.

The Androscoggin County Sheriff’s Office, Pownal Fire, Durham Fire and Freeport Rescue also responded.

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