Five teenagers, four from Plattsmouth and one from Bellevue, suffered non-life threatening injuries Friday night in a rollover accident in Cass County, the Sheriff's Office there reported.
Four of the teenagers were transported to the Nebraska Medical Center, including one -- Sydney Tincher, 17, of Plattsmouth -- who was taken by air with a head injury. Nevertheless, the Sheriff's Office said none of the injuries were life threatening.
The Cass County Sheriff's Office said the accident, at 11:38 p.m., occurred on 24th Avenue about one-and-a-half miles south of Horning Road.
The vehicle, a 2000 Ford Explorer, was driven by Brian Reissig, 18, of Plattsmouth. One person, 18-year-old Kelly Hall of Plattsmouth, was ejected from the back seat.
The others in the vehicles were Octavio Gaytan, 17, of Plattsmouth, and Dalton Smith, 18, of Bellevue. Only Gaytan wasn't taken to the hospital. He was examined at the scene and released to his parents.
Reissig told officers they were southbound on 24th Avenue when he lost control of the Explorer and went into the ditch. The vehicle became airborne, rolled across a driveway and stopped on its top in a field.
The Sheriff's Office reported that everyone wore seat belts except Hall. Alcohol wasn't a factor and the investigation is complete, the Sheriff's Office said.
-- Rick Ruggles