The car on its top. Part of a sheriff's car is also pictured.
Four young adults were hurt Wednesday when their car rolled over on the northeast edge of Curtis.
The extent of their injuries is unknown.
The car rolled around 3:30 p.m. on the north side of the Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture grounds and came to a rest on its top, according to a passerby who asked not to be identified.
A medical helicopter reportedly landed in a nearby field and one or more victims were loaded aboard and flown away. Conventional ambulances were also on the scene, two separate people told the Bulletin.
As of 6 p.m., the Frontier County Sheriff’s office declined to comment, neither confirming or denying that the accident took place.
The Frontier County Sheriff’s office did not call for assistance, according to a spokesman with the Nebraska State Patrol, who confirmed that the accident occured.