A Wasilla man is recuperating in Anchorage after a single-vehicle crash late Sunday, which Alaska State Troopers say began on the Parks Highway and ended on the far side of a local road.

According to an AST dispatch late Monday, troopers from Palmer and the Southcentral Bureau of Highway Patrol responded at about 11:45 p.m. Sunday to Fireweed Road, near its intersection with Denelle Street. The driver in the crash was identified as 25-year-old Jeffrey M. Sumrall.

“Investigation revealed that (Sumrall) had been traveling southbound driving a 2002 Dodge Neon, on the Parks Highway, when his vehicle left the roadway and went into the center median, then exited the median, crossed the southbound lanes, went though the west side ditch, crossed Fireweed Road and came to rest against a fence line in the west side ditch off of Fireweed,” troopers wrote.

AST spokesperson Megan Peters didn’t immediately have further information on the crash Tuesday, pending consultation with the troopers involved.

Sumrall was initially treated at the Mat-Su Regional Medical Center, then was taken to Providence Alaska Medical Center in Anchorage. Troopers say his injuries are non-life-threatening, and hospital staff say he is listed in fair condition Tuesday morning.

Damage to Sumrall’s Neon is estimated at more than $2,000, as troopers continue to investigate the crash.