An Edgartown woman is facing charges after a rollover accident Monday afternoon at the corner of Barnes and West Tisbury Roads sent three people to the hospital.

Tina Polleys has been cited for negligent operation, failure to yield to an approaching vehicle, and driving with an expired license, according to Edgartown police.

Ms. Polleys was the driver of a 2011 Subaru Tribeca that collided with a 2007 Toyota Tundra late Monday afternoon, according to the police report.

According to an eyewitness account taken by police, the Subaru was attempting to make a lefthand turn from the stop sign on Barnes Road onto the West Tisbury Road when it struck the Toyota, which was traveling westbound up-Island. The crash caused the Subaru to roll over, landing on its driver’s side opposite the intersection.

“So it got hit . . . and it must have flipped one-and-a-half times,” Edgartown police chief Bruce McNamee said. “It’s quite an impact.”

The driver of the truck was Max Celeste, also of Edgartown.

The driver of the Subaru was clearly at fault, the police report concluded. The police report also said there was no indication of driver impairment.

Ms. Polleys had a passenger in her car, a minor. The crash left her trapped in the Subaru, according to the police report. She was freed by first responders while her passenger sat outside the vehicle, the report said. Both were transported to the Martha’s Vineyard Hospital, along with the driver of the pickup truck, police said.

The accident caused long traffic backups on Barnes and West Tisbury roads while police, fire and EMS responded to the scene.

The intersection has been the site of frequent motor vehicle accidents over the years. Chief McNamee said there had been 27 accidents at the intersection in the past five years. But he said the Monday mishap was more severe than most at the spot.

“We haven’t had one like that in awhile,” the chief said. He added that the town has no ability to make safety changes at the intersection because the West Tisbury Road is a state road.