At least four teenagers were injured and taken to Fort Wayne hospitals Friday in a single-vehicle accident north of North Webster.

According to information from Indiana State Police Public Information Officer Sgt. Ted Bohner, trooper Jacob Bill arrived at the scene at approximately 11:40 a.m.

A 2012 Chevrolet Silverado, driven by Victoria Slone, 17, of Cromwell, had been northbound on CR 1000E when it went off the road just south of CR 900N.

Four passengers were taken to Fort Wayne hospitals, but none were believed to be life-threatening. Injuries ranged from cuts to possible broken arms on two of the passengers.

The passengers were listed as Brandon Tinkley, 17; Jayden Long, 17; Gabriel Roder, 16; and James Long, 16. Bohner was unable to provide information on where the teenagers were from as of Friday night.

Bohner did not have any information available on Slone regarding any injuries she may have suffered.