Man ejected from car in Marysville rollover crash

MARYSVILLE — A 21-year-old man was critically injured late Saturday night after a one-car rollover crash in Marysville.

The crash happened just before midnight in the 11600 block of State Avenue, according to Marysville police.

The man was driving a 2013 Kia Optima and was alone in the car. Witnesses told investigators they saw the man speeding and passing vehicles before the crash.

Police believe the man swerved to avoid an oncoming vehicle, overcorrected and lost control.

He was ejected. It was too foggy for a medical helicopter to fly, so the man was taken to a local hospital.

The road was closed for several hours, and the investigation is ongoing.

Police did not respond to inquiries about the crash until late Monday afternoon.

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