A twenty five year old woman from Germantown escaped serious injuries early Friday morning after she rolled her car over on a street in Jackson. According to the report filed by Village of Jackson Police Chief Jed Dolnick, police were called to Stonewall Drive near Georgetown Drive at about five am Friday morning after the woman’s Honda Accord misse a curve, struck the curb and a tree and landed on its roof in the street. The female driver admitted to Jsckson police that she was traveling about 40 MPH in the 25 MPH zone. She consented to a PBT test, which she failed. Charges of a second offense OWI have been referred to the Washington County D.A.’s office. Her previous OWI conviction was in March 2012.