One driver suffered reportedly minor injuries while another was cited following a Monday afternoon rollover crash on East Morris Boulevard in Morristown.

Lillie Breeden, of Morristown, was in the eastbound lane of Morris Boulevard, attempting to turn left onto Hale Avenue in a 2006 White Jeep Cherokee. Breeden allegedly pulled into the path of Stephanie Wilson, who was heading westbound in a 2008 gold Honda Pilot. The Pilot t-boned the Cherokee, sending the Jeep tumbling upside down into a grassy area next to the railroad tracks.

Breeden and her three passengers, ages 24, 3 and 1, were unharmed in the crash. The 3-year-old was entrapped and had to be extricated by rescue personnel.

Wilson suffered an apparent upper body injury and was transported via ambulance to the University of Tennessee Medical Center in Knoxville. Wilson’s three passengers, ages 37, 9 and 5, were reportedly uninjured but were being taken by private vehicle to Morristown-Hamblen Healthcare System for examination.

Breeden was cited for failure to yield and an unspecified violation of the child restraint law.