UPDATED: No injuries at vehicle rollover at the top of Spencer Hill

Emergency crews were on hand Wednesday morning after a car rolled over at the top of Spencer Hill heading into Grand Forks.

Emergency crews were on hand after a car (right side of photo) rolled over at the top of the Spencer Hill coming into Grand Forks this morning (Wednesday).

Editor’s note: More information added.

Emergency crews were on hand Wednesday morning at 7:41 a.m. after a eastbound car rolled over at the top of Spencer Hill heading into Grand Forks.

The single vehicle accident, which occurred five kilometres west of Grand Forks, happened when the driver lost control of the vehicle, a 1999 Buick Century, as he entered a sharp curve.

He then crossed the double solid line onto the gravel shoulder.

Both the driver, a 21 year-old male from Quesnel, B.C. and the passenger were uninjured.

Grand Forks RCMP Staff Sgt. Harrison said the driver will be charged with speeding relative to road conditions and crossing a double solid line.

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