No injuries in Route 17 rollover
Rockport — Poor road conditions were cited as the cause of a single-car rollover that occurred on Route 17 in Rockport March 13, according to Rockport Police officer Craig Cooley.
Rockport Fire and Police departments, along with North East Mobile Health Services were dispatched to the area near Mirror Lake around 9 a.m. for a report of a car that was on its roof in the ditch in the eastbound lane. It was reported that the driver was still in the car and was unsure if she could get out.
By the time emergency crews arrived at the scene, the driver, Alyssa McCluskey, 24, of Hope had escaped her 1999 Toyota Corolla. McCluskey declined to be taken to the hospital.
A section of Route 17 was reduced to one lane of traffic for approximately 20 minutes while the car was removed by Camden Exxon.
Dwight Collins is a reporter/photographer for The Camden Herald.
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