Four local drivers were unhurt when their vehicles went sliding off the slippery roads across the county Tuesday, March 19, after a snowstorm buried much of the state in several inches of the white stuff.

Just before 3 p.m., 19-year-old Brittany Tabor was driving too fast for conditions on Belfast Road in Knox, according to the accident report on file at the Waldo County Sheriff's Office. Tabor, who was driving a 1998 Jeep, was traveling west when she lost control, which caused the vehicle to spin around and enter the ditch backwards. The Jeep hit a street sign, which shattered the rear window, and from there the sign went airborne and landed on the the hood, breaking out the windshield and causing damage to the top of the hood. The vehicle reportedly traveled an additional 10 feet before it came to rest at a driveway embankment. The vehicle was towed from the scene.

Deputies responded to another accident on Belfast Road in Knox that was reported just before 2 p.m. Patricia Dixon, 62, of Unity, was headed west in a 2009 Ford when she lost control of the vehicle on the slushy road and skidded into the ditch. Dixon's vehicle was towed because of damage the accident caused to the front passenger's side quarter panel and undercarriage.

On Route 1 in Northport, a 17-year-old male was traveling north in a 2005 Ford SUV when he went off the right side of the road and struck a utility pole. The accident report stated the youth was driving too fast for the snowy road conditions. The vehicle was towed from the scene because of damage to the rear passenger's side quarter panel.

Just before 1 p.m. on Route 3 in Montville, 45-year-old Patricia Barnhart of Northport was driving east in a 1998 Toyota SUV when she slid off the left side of the road after encountering a slushy spot on the roadway. The Toyota then slid into the ditch and rolled onto the passenger's side. Barnhart's vehicle was also towed from the scene.