The Montana Highway Patrol is trying to find the occupants of a car that crashed and rolled southwest of Helena on Wednesday.
The crash happened at about 2 p.m. on Grizzly Gulch Drive.
An eyewitness told MTN News that the west-bound car was out of control on a curve and it was headed right toward her.
She said that that she had to brake to avoid a head-on collision.
The car swerved to the right side of the road, over-corrected, and rolled, coming to rest upside-down.
The eyewitness said that two people fled the scene in another vehicle.
MHP Trooper Alicia Williams says speed was a factor in the crash.
If you have any information about the crash, you're asked to call the Montana Highway Patrol at 855-647-3777.
UPDATE: Trooper Williams says that the two people in the vehicle were found at their residence a short time after the crash.
The 18-year old female driver and 22-year old male passenger were cited for several violations, Including reckless driving, failure to report a crash, and failure to remain at the scene.
Their names have not been released at this point.
We will update you if we get any more information.
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