Updated Photo: Police Cite Driver in Winter Street Rollover Crash

Photograph by Elisa Faulkner.

(Photograph by Elisa Faulkner.)

Another view. (Jill Conquers photograph.)

Another view. (Jill Conquers photograph.)

A Haverhill motorist was cited by police as the result of an investigation into a rollover crash Saturday involving three vehicles

A police report said the woman “was yelling at someone” prior to the crash.

According to a Haverhill police accident report, a 2007 Acura operated by Dena L. Bradstreet, 40, of 21 Mount Vernon St., apt. 28, Haverhill, was traveling westbound on Winter Street, at 2:14 p.m., Saturday, when it struck a parked vehicle and rolled over onto its roof at 242 Winter St., near the corner of Lewis Street. The impact pushed the struck vehicle into the bumper of another vehicle parked in front of it. Both parked vehicles were unoccupied at the time of the crash. Bradstreet, who told police she “does not remember what happened,” was transported to Lawrence General Hospital with unspecified injuries.

“Operator stated that the last thing she remembers was yelling at someone. (She) stated she could not remember who or why she was yelling,” wrote Haverhill Police Officer Shawn O’Brien. Other report details, including three specific violations under a citation, were blacked out by the police department.

The vehicle operated by Bradstreet and the vehicle it struck were towed from the scene. The owner of the second parked vehicle, who was out of town at the time, was advised of the incident. Photos of the accident scene posted on social media show a Haverhill fire unit also responded to the crash.