The Iowa State Patrol reports that four senior citizens were in a rollover crash in southwest Iowa Tuesday. All of them are expected to survive their injuries.
The crash was reported at 2:05pm at the five mile marker of Interstate 29, just north of Hamburg. Reports say driver of a 1995 Toyota Camry was southbound and drifted onto the left shoulder. She over-corrected, causing the car to enter the ditch and roll several times.
One person in the car was ejected. The report did not say which one. The driver is identified as 68-year-old Bettye Brown of Omaha. Her passengers were 78-year old Georgia Reese of Sacramento, California, 68-year old Fannie Morrison of Visalia, California, and 78-year old Juanita Jackson of Kansas City, Missouri.
The person who was ejected was flown to the Nebraska Medical Center with injuries that were not considered life threatening. The other three were treated in Hamburg.