TOLEDO, Ore. -- Police cited the driver that lost control and rolled a truck on Highway 20 Tuesday night, sending all six occupants - including two small children - to the hospital.
Police said that the truck was headed westbound when at around 7:45 p.m. the driver, Quan Lien, 55 of Newport, lost control, over-corrected into the opposite lane and crashed.
The vehicle rolled over, coming to a stop on its top in the westbound lane, state troopers said.
Officials said that all six occupants (four adults and two children, all from Newport) to Samaritan Pacific Communities Hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.
Lien, the two children and the passengers, identified as Linh Lien, 55; Hector Lopez, 31; and Elvia Zarate, 28, were all wearing seat belts at the time of the crash.
Police cited Lien for failure to drive within a lane.
The Lincoln County Sheriff's Office, Toledo Fire and PacWest Ambulance all helped state police officials at the scene. The highway was blocked for around 90 minutes while emergency crews cleared the roadway.