BOONVILLE – A Rome woman was hospitalized following several accidents that ended with her being found unconscious in a car in Boonville Wednesday evening.
According to the Boonville Police Department, 40-year-old Jamie Davis of Rome was driving a 2008 Lincoln sedan south on Main Street when she side-swiped a 2014 GMC pickup truck parked on Main Street, then continued on and struck a 2015 Mitsubishi SUV in the read, causing the SUV to strike a 2017 Honda sedan.
Police say Davis’ vehicle then came to a rest in the middle of Main Street, and Boonville firefighters and EMS arrived to find Davis unconscious in her vehicle. Firefighters got her out of the vehicle and treated her for unspecified injuries, then Boonville Ambulance transported her to St. Elizabeth Medical Center.
No other injuries were reported in the crash.
Police say prior to that, Davis was also involved in an accident along Route 46 as she was headed north, which is currently being investigated by the Oneida County Sheriff’s Office.
Boonville police requested the Sheriff’s Office’s Drug Recognition Expert to assist with Davis’ evaluation at the hospital, and police say those results will be released after the Sheriff’s Office completes its investigation.
Boonville police have charged Davis with consuming alcohol in a motor vehicle, speed not reasonable and prudent, and moving from a lane unsafely.
Police say the investigation is ongoing and more charges are forthcoming.