Two adult females and a child were ejected from their vehicle during a one-vehicle rollover on I-90 last night.
The Wyoming Highway Patrol arrived on scene around 9 p.m. Monday evening to find a black 1994 Chevy on its hood about 30 yards down a steep incline near mile marker 110, according to WHP Lt. Colton Lenz. It was not clear how many times the vehicle rolled before stopping.
The driver, 27-year-old Alicia Sullivan, and 23-year-old passenger Shyanne Powell were found outside the vehicle, along with a 7-year-old boy, who did not appear to have been properly restrained. A second minor, a 4-year-old female, remained unharmed in her car seat inside the vehicle.
Two of the passengers were life-flighted from the scene, Lenz said, and their conditions are unknown.
Based on the evidence, it appears Sullivan swerved and braked hard to avoid hitting a deer, which was confirmed by the driver’s recollection of the crash.