NELSON, New Hampshire (CBS) — A 32-year-old woman faces charges after she was involved in a crash caused by alcohol and cell phone use, police in New Hampshire say. The head-on crash occurred Saturday on Route 9 in Nelson.

According to police, Meghan Gaouette of Sullivan, New Hampshire, was driving east in the westbound lane when her car collided with another car.

A serious crash in Nelson, New Hampshire appears to be caused by alcohol and cell phone use, police say (Photo Courtesy: Nelson NH Police)

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“Alcohol as well as use of an electronic mobile device while driving appear to be factors in the accident,” said police.

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Two people were transported to Cheshire Medical Center in Keene. One of them was seriously injured.

A serious crash in Nelson, New Hampshire appears to be caused by alcohol and cell phone use, police say (Photo Courtesy: Nelson NH Police)

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Gaouette will be arraigned in Cheshire County Court on September 27 on charges of aggravated driving while intoxicated (felony) and vehicular assault.