Four teenagers escaped certain death Friday night about 11:00 PM by climbing out of the car they were driving following a horrifying rollover accident on Golden Valley. Chief O’Donohue arrived first on scene to discover a late model Pontiac on its top and completely engulfed in flames. O’Donohue said he was extremely relieved to find all four occupants about 150 feet away from the car, all with relatively minor injuries. This happy outcome is not typical of these types of accidents stated O’Donohue. While firefighters extinguished the blaze, paramedics evaluated all four occupants, believed to be from the same family and all under 18 years of age. The car was reportedly going too fast to negotiate the corner from Hwy-68 Eastbound to Hwy-93 Northbound and began to slide sideways, striking the ditch and rolling over and bursting into flames. The roadway was blocked for about 45-minutes while firefighters extinguished the fire and cared for patients. One occupant was transported to KRMC for minor injuries.