A one-vehicle rollover on Travis Creek Road, near Boulder in Jefferson County, resulted in minor injuries Thursday.
Montana Highway Patrol Trooper Thomas Kruse said the driver and two passengers were headed south on Travis Creek Road at about 3:15 p.m. Thursday when the vehicle got caught on some loose dirt on the side of the road. That caused the car to go down the side of the embankment and roll onto its top. Kruse said air bags were deployed and the occupants in the car suffered minor injuries including bruising and abrasions.
Kruse said a friend transported the car’s occupants to St. Peter’s Health in Helena.
Kruse said the driver was not impaired and he didn’t believe speed was involved. But he issued a warning to the driver for careless driving.
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