An elderly Portland driver who police say struck a woman with his SUV in the parking lot of a dry cleaning business last December, causing her to lose both legs, has been indicted by the Cumberland County grand jury.

Robert Carson, 82, was charged with driving to endanger and operating after his license had been revoked, both Class C felonies that note there was serious bodily injury.

Mary “Terri” Anthoine, 60, of Portland lost both of her legs below the thigh after she was hit on Dec. 13, but she survived.

Anthoine was hit by Carson’s 2011 Toyota Highlander in the parking lot of Pratt-Abbott on Forest Avenue, police said. They said Carson’s SUV was unregistered and uninspected at the time.

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