Posted: 11:00 p.m. MST
A residential area in Yuma became the scene of a rollover and crash Friday night that sent one man to the hospital.
Eyewitnesses say the man hit another car before landing his Jeep on its side.
Alcohol is believed to have played a role in the crash, according to Sgt. Bill Martin with the Yuma Police Department.
"Oh my gosh--I just heard a big bang and screeching. It was awful," said Tammy McCollough.
Corbin Wright, who was sitting in a car in his driveway saw the scene unfold.
"The Jeep was coming from this way (Eastbound), hit the parked Tahoe, flipped in the air once, hit the ground, flipped one more time, and landed on its side," Wright said.
Wright's mother said she was inside her house when she heard the commotion but dropped what she was doing and ran outside because she knew her son was sitting outside. She feared her son could have been hurt.
"I just threw my stuff and came screaming. It scared me," McCollough said.
At 10:45 p.m. Friday, Yuma police responded to scene of the accident at the 200 block of E. 26th St.
According to police, the driver of the Jeep is a man in his late 30s. They said the man hit an SUV before his vehicle rolled over.
"There was a single-male occupant in that vehicle. I'm not sure if he was ejected. When our officers got here, he was outside of the vehicle," said Lt. Wayne Boyd.
Neighbors standing outside said they saw the man lying on the floor.
The man was taken to Yuma Regional Medical Center with the extent of his injuries unknown.
"He didn't look like he was very good. He was pretty bloody and he was gurgling on his blood," McCollough said.
It was not immediately known how fast the man was driving.
No other injuries were reported.