HUGO, Ore.- First responders say wet pavement played a part in the one car rollover in Josephine County Tuesday morning.
The rollover happened around 7:30 in the morning near mile 68. That the curve on Interstate 5 near Hugo.
The driver was able to get themselves out of the car. They were taken to the hospital with minor injuries.
In a Facebook post, Rural Metro Fire says that stretch of the freeway is notorious for catching drivers off-guard, especially when it rains.
Rural Metro says it's important for drivers to watch their speed and make sure the tires on their cars have good traction.
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