An argument between two Mountain Village women led to one hitting the other -- and a toddler’s baby carriage -- with a four-wheeler and driving away Wednesday, according to Alaska State Troopers.

In a Thursday AST dispatch, troopers say 22-year-old Georgianne Hanson faces charges of first-degree and second-degree assault, as well as failure to render aid. The struck woman -- 34-year-old Jeanette Myre -- and the child were taken to a Bethel hospital for treatment.

According to an investigation of the incident, reported to troopers shortly after 2:30 p.m. Wednesday, Hanson had a passenger on her four-wheeler when she encountered Myre pushing a stroller.

“The two began arguing and Hanson allegedly told Myre that she was going to hit her with the four-wheeler,” troopers wrote. “Hanson then drove a little distance away, turned around, drove back at Myre and struck Myre and the stroller with the four-wheeler.”

After being taken to the local clinic by a good Samaritan, Myre and the child were medevaced for further treatment of their apparently non-life-threatening injuries.

AST spokesperson Megan Peters says Hanson’s passenger was a “family member of the person driving.” She declined to say whether the passenger tried to intervene in any way during the incident.

“That person is not charged with a crime,” Peters said.

Peters referred further questions to charging documents in the case, with court clerks in St. Mary’s not immediately available by phone Thursday morning.

Hanson was arrested after a St. Mary’s trooper visited to investigate the incident. She will be taken to the Yukon-Kuskokwim Correctional Center.