Quite a scene Friday afternoon at Wilson Farm, where a woman was injured after her car toppled over a retaining wall in the parking lot and landed on its roof in the field more than 10 feet below.
The Lexington Police and Fire departments responded to the farm just after 1 p.m. Oct. 12, after multiple calls came in reporting an accident in the parking of the popular farmstand.
The female driver, the vehicle's lone occupant, had to be pulled from the vehicle. She was transported to Lahey Clinic with non-life-threatening injuries, according to Lt. Jim Barry, a spokesman for the Lexington Police Department.
About an hour after the crash, a tow truck from Mal's righted the vehicle, which had its hood popped and mangled, and its windshield and moonroof smashed after the fall. Witnesses on the scene said the woman was conscious and able to stand before being transported to the hospital.
Neither the police nor Wilson's staff or witnesses who spoke with Patch were able to confirm on Friday afternoon whether the woman was arriving at the farmstand or exiting after her shopping at the time of the accident.