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Two teens ejected from car after rollover crash in Cheyenne Wells

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CHEYENNE WELLS, Colo. (KRDO) -- Early Monday morning, The Colorado State Patrol responded to calls of a rollover crash that resulted in two teenage girls getting ejected from the vehicle on U.S. Route 385.

CSP says the two teens were traveling southbound when they drove off the left side of the road. The driver over corrected and veered to the right side before making a hard left turn causing the vehicle to roll.

The vehicle rolled three times before coming to rest on its wheels. Neither girl was wearing a seatbelt and both were ejected from the vehicle.

The two were taken by ambulance to Keefe Memorial Hospital. One suffered minor injuries and the other sustained serious injuries and was taken by flight for life to Swedish Medical Hospital in Denver.

This is a developing story and will be updated as more information comes in.

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  1. “Neither girl was wearing a seatbelt and both were ejected from the vehicle.”
    That’s what happens when a vehicle rolls over and you’re not wearing seat belts. Those girls happened to be lucky because the vehicle most often rolls on top of the occupants as they are ejected and crushes them to death.

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