MATTAWA -- Four Mattawa teens were able to escape a burning sports sedan Sunday morning after it rolled off Highway 243.
All four occupants were treated for injuries at Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital. None of them were admitted, a hospital spokeswoman said.
They were all wearing their seat belts in the 5:30 a.m. crash.
According to a Washington State Patrol report, Cynthia Noemi Molina, 18, was driving a 2008 Pontiac G6 east on Highway 243, almost 12 miles south of Mattawa, when the car veered off the road and she overcorrected.
The Pontiac crossed the center line into the oncoming lane, then drove onto the southbound shoulder and rolled, the report said. It came to rest on its top and caught fire, quickly becoming fully engulfed.
Molina was able to get out of the car, along with passengers Eric Ruvalcaba, Edgar Favian Ramirez and Dulce Aracely Molina, all 17.
Troopers said their injures ranged from neck, shoulder and arm to knee and back pain.
Cynthia Molina is reportedly being charged for driving with her wheels off the roadway, the report said.