A single-car accident on Route 52 near the intersection of Youngtown Road in Lincolnville left one female suffering neck pain.

The accident took place at approximately 10:45 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 30, when a Nissan Sentra sedan operated by Rayven Green, 17, of Belmont left the roadway and landed on its roof on the opposite side of Route 52. According to Waldo County Sgt. James Greeley, Green failed to negotiate a turn in the road as she was heading toward Camden from Lincolnville Center.

Three passengers were also in the car, and one female with neck pain was transported in a Camden First Aid Association ambulance to Penobscot Bay Medical Center.

The crash remains under investigation by Waldo County Deputy Kevin Littlefield. Greeley said Green was charged with operating beyond intermediate license restrictions. The Lincolnville Police Department also responded to the crash.

According to the Maine Bureau of Motor Vehicles, an intermediate license prohibits the licensee from the following:

1. Carrying passengers, except immediate family (grandparent, step-grandparent, parent, stepparent, spouse, child, stepchildren, brother, sister, stepbrother, stepsister, and a foreign exchange student who is living with the immediate family) unless accompanied by a licensed driver who is at least 20 years of age, has held a valid license for a prior two years and is occupying the seat beside the driver.

2. Operating a motor vehicle from 12 a.m. to 5 a.m.

3. Operating a motor vehicle while using a cellular phone.

A person must hold an intermediate license for 180 days from the date the license was  issued before he or she can receive an unrestricted license. If someone is convicted of violating one of the three restrictions, the license restrictions will be extended for an additional period of 180 days from the date of the infraction.