A Standish woman was in the critical care unit of Maine Medical Center in Portland on Friday following a crash this week in Limerick.

York County Sheriff’s deputies were called to Parsonsfield Road at 9 a.m. Wednesday for a single-car crash in which a woman was trapped inside and fighting with rescue workers.

Tabitha Cochrane, 32, was driving a 2008 Chevrolet sedan when she lost control and the car rolled several times, coming to rest about 100 yards from the road in a field. Cochrane was extricated from the car and taken to the hospital with injuries that were not life-threatening, said Sheriff William King.

Police found drug paraphernalia at the crash scene, he said. They also found that Cochrane’s driver’s license had been revoked for being a habitual offender and that she was out of jail on bail with conditions forbidding her to drive.

Cochrane was issued a summons to appear in court on charges of driving with a revoked license, driving to endanger and violating bail conditions.