A 25-year-old South Portland woman was ejected from the car she was driving – through a passenger-side window – when her car went off the road in Limington on Friday morning, according to the York County Sheriff’s Office.

Victoria Thurston-Sellick was driving south on Cape Road at 10 a.m. when she veered onto the soft shoulder and then overcorrected, causing her to cross the northbound lane, roll over and come to rest against some trees, Sheriff William King Jr. said in a news release. She was not wearing a seatbelt and was thrown through the window by the force of the crash, he said.

The trees prevented the car from rolling onto her, King said. Limington Fire and Rescue brought Thurston-Sellick to the Limington Harmon Airport, where a LifeFlight medical helicopter took her to Maine Medical Center in Portland.

Her condition was not immediately available.