According to California Highway Patrol Officer Mike Bell, about 11:30 p.m., Friday, April 12, a female driving her silver Toyota Camry was traveling westbound on Highway 74 near mile marker 60 when she possibly fell asleep causing her to lose control and flip her vehicle. The driver, who was not wearing a seat belt, was ejected out the passenger side window and suffered major injuries. Riverside County Fire and Idyllwild Fire responded to the scene. Mercy Air airlifted the solo occupant to a nearby hospital. No other vehicles were involved. Photo by Jenny Kirchner

There were two vehicle crashes on Hill roads over the last week, California Highway Patrol Public Information Officer Darren Meyer reports.
At 12:10 a.m. on Thursday, April 11, Aaron Thames, 44 from Idyllwild, was driving a gray 2018 Toyota Prius westbound on Highway 74, a half-mile west of May Valley Road when, for unknown reasons, he made an unsafe turning movement. His vehicle left the road and hit a ditch adjacent to the shoulder of the road.
Thames was not injured in the crash and there were no passengers in his car, or any other vehicles involved in the crash.
The vehicle was towed by Idyllwild Garage.
At 11:30 p.m. on Friday, April 12, Vivian Segovia, 52 of Carson, CA, was driving a silver 2003 Toyota Camry westbound on Highway 74 when she made an unsafe turning movement to the left, causing the vehicle to leave the road and overturn.
Segovia was not wearing a seat belt, according to the CHP report and was ejected through the passenger window during the crash. She suffered serious injuries in the crash and was transported by Mercy Air to Desert Regional Medical Center in Palm Springs. The vehicle was towed by Idyllwild Garage.