FALLON, NV - Several girls were thrown out of a truck following an early morning rollover on US 50 near Fallon. One girl is in critical condition.
It happened around 2:19 a.m., when 42-year-old Lynn Hass of Utah was driving his truck down US 50 east of Fallon with his two daughters, 16-year-old Cassidy and 9-year-old Aspen. Also in the truck were his 14-year-old niece and a 15-year-old family friend.
According to Nevada Highway Patrol Hass was heading east on US 50 just 33 miles east of Fallon when he began to veer off the road. He over corrected, rolled his Dodge truck several times before coming to rest on its top. Three out of his four young passengers were thrown out of the truck while one remained inside the truck with Haas who was wearing a seat belt.
Nine-year-old Aspen sustained life-threatening injuries and was airlifted from the scene by Care Flight to Renown Regional Medical Center in Reno. She is in a medically-induced coma says NHP.
The other four victims were initially taken by ground ambulance to Banner Churchill Community Hospital in Fallon before being transferred to Renown Regional Medical Center either by ground ambulance or Care Flight. Their injuries observed at the scene ranged from moderate to serious says NHP.