ANCHORAGE -

Alaska State Troopers say ice on the road was a factor in a single-vehicle rollover crash with entrapment on the Seward Highway last week, which sent a man to an Anchorage hospital.

According to a Friday AST dispatch, troopers responded shortly after 9:30 p.m. March 19 to Mile 59 of the highway, where an SUV with two Eagle River residents on board -- driver Tamara Owen, 51, and passenger Kristian Owen, 30 -- had been headed south.

“Tamara Owen, the driver, stated they hit a patch of ice and lost control of the SUV she was operating,” troopers wrote. “Due to injuries sustained from the rollover, Kristian Owen was transported to (Providence Alaska Medical Center) for treatment.”

Providence officials say Owen is no longer listed in hospital records as of Friday.