A woman from Canaan remains in the hospital after a three-car crash in Norridgewock. State Police say 32-year-old Jessica Miner of Canaan was driving west on Route 2 Monday morning with her three daughters.She stopped to let another vehicle turn onto a side road. Police say that’s when 60-year-old Roy Bolstridge of Skowhegan rear-ended Miner’s van. Another driver, 56-year-old Jacquelyn Strysko of Anson, was heading east and tried to get out of the way of the crash. She pulled to the side of the road and her station wagon jumped a snow bank. Minor was taken to the hospital in Skowhegan then flown to Eastern Maine Medical Center in Bangor where she’s in fair condition.Her children were not hurt.Strysko was also taken to the hospital in Skowhegan where she was treated and released.Police say no charges are expected to be filed.