Two crashes on Sunday leave the drivers in the hospital with non-life threatening injuries.
The first happened at about 2:30 Sunday afternoon just North of the Mineral Wells exit on Interstate 77.
25 year-old Charity David was driving Northbound on I-77 when she lost control of her car.
The car rolled three times before landing on its top in a ditch.
Mineral Wells Volunteer Fire Department was able to get David out of the car. She was taken to Camden Clark for minor injuries.
She was the only person in the car. Wood County Sheriff's Deputies say she's lucky the injuries weren't more serious. No charges are expected.
Another crash sends a car rolling landing upside down. This one in Barlow. It happened Sunday evening just after 8:30 on Route 550.
Police say the driver was heading West when the she crossed into the Eastbound lane and flipped over the guardrail.
Police say it was a one vehicle accident and no one else was hurt. Her name is not being released at this time.
She was taken to Marietta Memorial Hospital and first responders say she's expected to be okay.
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