Golden Valley Firefighters had their hands full when they responded to a single vehicle rollover on Hwy-93 at Mile-Post-60 at 9:30 Wednesday night where two persons were critically injured. Initially reported as northbound, DPS and GVFD crews were unable to locate the accident, however it was discovered about 100 feet off the west side of the southbound lanes when GVFD crews discovered skid marks that led to the accident. The vehicle had rolled multiple times, ejecting one female passenger who was discovered about 30-feet from the vehicle, on the other side of the highway fence in some brush. The Dodge Durango came to rest on the driver’s side, pinning the female driver underneath. It appears neither the driver nor passenger, both in their mid 20’s, were wearing their seatbelts. Firefighters skillfully removed the roof while supporting the vehicle so it would not further crush the trapped driver. Both patients were transported to KRMC. DPS official are investigating the cause of the accident. Golden Valley Fire Captain Dave Cunningham reminded readers of the importance of properly wearing your seatbelt to keep occupants inside the vehicle to improve your odds of surviving violent accidents such as this.