Edgartown police summoned Sierra Fillion, a 22-year-old woman from Vermont, on Tuesday after her vehicle was discovered rolled over at the intersection of Chappaquiddick and Litchfield Roads.

Police chief Bruce McNamee confirmed that officers responded to a call at 12:15 a.m. Tuesday of a vehicle accident, where they found the vehicle overturned and Ms. Fillion reporting mild pain. No one else was harmed in the accident, Chief McNamee said.

After taking the woman to the hospital, an officer determined that she showed signs of physical intoxication, he added. Ms. Fillion was charged with operating a vehicle under the influence, negligent operation, marked lanes, speeding and damage to property.

The vehicle hit four concrete pillars and a Comcast cabinet, Chief McNamee said. Internet and cable on Chappaquiddick remained out for the rest of the night and most of the day while Comcast workers made repairs that morning. As of Tuesday afternoon, the internet had been restored, he said.

“Apparently the vehicle was traveling at a very high speed,” he said.

The speed limit on Chappaquiddick Road is 25 miles per hour.

No court date has been set yet, but Chief McNamee mentioned that the accident complicated what would otherwise be a standard drunk driving investigation. Unable to do a field sobriety test, hospital workers took a blood sample of Ms. Fillion to determine her intoxication levels, but have not yet received the test results.

“It was a relatively quiet weekend otherwise,” he said.