A North Dakota woman died in a rollover crash Sunday morning near Park City, Montana. Four other passengers in the vehicle were rushed to the hospital following the crash.
The crash reportedly took place shortly after 10 a.m. just west of Park City. Montana Highway Patrol Captain Keith Edgell said three of the passengers who survived were teenagers who were ejected from the vehicle, a Chevrolet SUV, and the fourth was the driver, a male, who had to be extricated from the mangled SUV.
The SUV was reported to have been traveling east along I-90 when the vehicle began to swerve on and off the road until it flipped over completely and began to roll. The SUV eventually stopped rolling until it came to a stop in the middle of the median. A witness said the SUV was traveling over 70 mph at the time of the crash.
“He said the minute it started rolling, people were flying out,” said Captain Edgell.
The three teenage girls were injured are reported to be 16, 15, and 11, one of which lost her arm in the crash and had to be airlifted to Billings for treatment. The remaining crash victims were rushed to multiple hospitals in Billings. None of the teenagers were wearing seatbelts at the time of the crash.
The driver is in critical condition and suffered severe brain injuries.
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