FALMOUTH, Maine (AP) — Officials say a Maine man sped away from a deputy at speeds topping 115 mph (185-kph) on Interstate 95 before crashing and flipping the vehicle.

The Cumberland County Sheriff's Office says the 28-year-old driver from Portland was charged with driving to endanger, operating after suspension and giving a false name to an officer Sunday evening.

The crash at Exit 53 remains under investigation.

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Officials say the driver suffered injuries that weren't life-threatening, and a passenger was uninjured.

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