Five teenagers were reportedly without injury after the vehicle they were traveling in rolled over early on the morning of July 17.

According to Belfast Police Detective Bryan Cunningham, a 16-year-old female from Searsmont was behind the wheel of a 1996 Subaru Legacy station wagon on Elementary Avenue — the entry road to the Captain Albert Stevens School — at around 12:15 a.m. Saturday.

The vehicle was heading toward the school when it rolled over, and speed was reportedly a contributing factor. The driver reported the incident, Cunningham said, and it was later determined she’d had four other passengers with her in the car — another 16-year-old, two 17-year-olds and one 19-year-old.

The driver, whom Cunningham said had only had her license since June, was summoned for driving to endanger and for carrying passengers beyond intermediate license restrictions.

Newly licensed drivers cannot drive with passengers for the first 180 days after their license is issued, Cunningham explained, unless they are accompanied either by a licensed driver who is 20 years old or older (and who has had a valid license for at least two years) or by an immediate family member.

“It’s basically the same as when they have their permit,” said Cunningham of the restrictions on newly licensed drivers.