Two teenage girls escaped injury when the station wagon they were in went off the road and rolled over two times, according to Officer Michael Blais of the Thomaston Police Department.

The crash was reported June 9 in the early afternoon on Route 1 near the former Maine State Prison property in Thomaston.

Chelsea Wedge, 17, of Warren was driving south on Route 1 when one wheel got into the gravel on the edge of the road. She overcorrected, according to Blais, crossed the lane for oncoming traffic and went off the road down a hill. The vehicle struck a small tree and rolled over.

The driver and her passenger, a 16-year-old girl, were wearing their seat belts at the time of the crash.

The driver will be cited for operating beyond license restriction. Due to state requirements for new and young drivers, she was not supposed to have a non-family member in the vehicle with her, Blais said.

The officer said driver inexperience was a factor in the crash.

The car was demolished.

Thomaston Ambulance and the Thomaston Fire Department responded to the crash. Traffic was slowed on Route 1 for a time while emergency workers helped at the scene.