The Turlock Police Department is reporting that while two were injured in Sunday night’s rollover on Tuolumne Road, the injuries were non-life-threatening.
Before 8 p.m. on Sunday, a vehicle flipped and rolled on Tuolumne Road, near Olive Avenue.
The accident caused property damage to two residences, said Turlock police spokesperson Sgt. Stephen Webb.
Two people were transported to an area hospital, but the injuries were considered to be non-life-threatening, said Webb.
The residents of one of the homes were present at the time of the accident and made the initial report to emergency services.
"We were inside about to have dinner, and it sounded like an explosion… it sounded like a bomb went off actually,” said Tinna Savini, who lives in the home with her husband Richard. “I came outside while my husband was still inside and I saw two passengers wondering outside disoriented, this is less than two minutes, a minute and thirty seconds. I called to my husband call 911.”
Norman Esakhani, who lives in the other residence with his wife and two kids, said no one was home at the time of the accident.
“I didn't know what to expect, the message from the neighbors all I heard were sirens,” said Esakhani. “Then I heard the word officer, and that's it… I booked out of there as fast as I can."
The cause is unknown at this time and remains under investigation, said Webb. However, some witnesses speculated that speed may have been a factor when the vehicle hit the curb and flipped.
Drugs and alcohol were not a factor, said Webb, and no arrests were made.
TurlockCityNews.com will continue to update the story as details are released.