Old Town woman injured in I-95 crash remains hospitalized

Posted Feb. 18, 2014, at 5:12 p.m.
On Feb. 9, an Old Town woman was seriously injured when her Ford Focus left I-95 in Hermon, struck a ledge and rolled over. She remains hospitalized in serious condition.
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On Feb. 9, an Old Town woman was seriously injured when her Ford Focus left I-95 in Hermon, struck a ledge and rolled over. She remains hospitalized in serious condition.

BANGOR, Maine — The Old Town woman who was injured in a Feb. 9 rollover accident on Interstate 95 remains at Eastern Maine Medical Center, where her condition has been upgraded to “serious,” a hospital spokeswoman said Tuesday.

Myndie Davis, 31, was listed in critical condition in the initial days following the crash.

She was driving south at about 3:30 p.m. Sunday, when her 2000 Ford Focus drifted out of the passing lane toward the median for an unknown reason, Trooper Chris Hashey said last week.

Davis reportedly overcorrected and drove across both lanes, Hashey said. Her car left the highway near the Cold Brook Road exit, hit a rock ledge and rolled over before the car came to rest on its roof, he said.

No other vehicles were involved in the accident.

Rescue personnel had to extricate Davis from her car, Hashey said. She was wearing a seat belt.

Davis was taken to EMMC, where she remained Tuesday. Her 3-year-old son, who was in the car with her, was taken to EMMC as a precaution, but he suffered no visible injuries, according to the trooper.

Bangor Daily News reporter Judy Harrison contributed to this report.

 

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