Five people, including two children, went the hospital Saturday afternoon with minor injuries after the sport-utility vehicle they were in rolled near Cody, Wyo.
Wyoming Highway Patrol Trooper Blain Mollette said the Explorer was westbound on Highway 14A about five miles northeast of Cody near the Corbett Bridge shortly after 3 p.m.
It had just come out of a construction area and was using a passing lane to pass other vehicles when a pickup truck began to move into the lane, Mollette said. The Ford's driver, 23-year-old Dinah Morris, of Cody, swerved to avoid it and the truck moved back into the driving lane before moving into the passing lane again.
Morris swerved, overcorrected and lost control of the Ford, Mollette said. It rolled 1.5 times and Morris, who wasn't wearing a seat belt, was thrown from the vehicle.
Two men, ages 22 and 47, a 4-year-old boy and a 2-year-old girl were also in the Ford. Emergency crews had to remove one of the men from the SUV.
All five were taken to West Park Hospital in Cody with what appeared to be minor injuries, Mollette said.
Morris will be cited for not wearing a seat belt while one of the men will be cited for having an open container, Mollette said.
Authorities have not tracked down the pickup that attempted to switch lanes.