Driver plows through two gates and onto field during kids’ baseball game, kills man and speeds away: Cops

A Maine woman is facing criminal charges including manslaughter in connection with an incident on a Sanford baseball field that left one man dead.

According to WBZ 51-year-old Carol Sharrow allegedly drove her vehicle onto the diamond at Goodall Park on Friday during a youth baseball game.

Authorities say at least one witness captured cellphone video footage of the aftermath of the incident. Police are asking anyone else with images or video of the crash to share it with investigators.

As numerous onlookers ran for cover during the incident, one man was reportedly struck by her car and later died from his injuries.

Douglas Parkhurst, 58, was transported from the scene shortly after 7 p.m. and died on the way to an area hospital.

Sharrow is accused of speeding away from the scene of the collision.

Sanford Police were called to Goodall Park in Maine on Friday around 7 p.m. when bystanders scattered as a woman drove onto the field. A woman in the stands captured cell phone video of the terrifying incident.

According to WMTW, the footage police have already reviewed shows bystanders yell for the victim to leave the field as the car is seen careening toward him.

The driver allegedly crashed through two gates and onto the field before striking Parkhurst.

Reports indicate the suspect’s criminal history includes a 2002 conviction on a criminal count of aggravated driving under the influence.

Sharrow was arrested and charged with manslaughter. Anyone who has video of the incident is asked to call Sanford Police.

[Featured image: Carol Sharrow/Sanford Police Department]