DAVENPORT, Iowa (KWQC)- UPDATE: Six people were transported to the hospital after a car hit a semi and rolled on I-80 Eastbound near the Brady Street Exit.
It happened just before 5 p.m. Sunday. Davenport police say the semi and a car were traveling east bound on I-80, both approaching the Brady Street exit to go north.
The car tried to veer from the northbound lane in front of the semi to get onto the exit ramp. The semi tried to slow down to avoid hitting the car, but couldn't in time.
The semi then hit the passenger car sending both vehicles off of the interstate.
All six people in the car were taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries
Four other vehicles collided to avoid hitting the semi and car in the accident. Those four vehicles had minor damage.
The driver of the car was cited for improper lane usage.
Davenport Police, along with Iowa State Patrol and Scott County Sheriff's Deputies responded to a rollover crash on Interstate 80 East Bound near the Brady Street Exit.
It happened after 5 p.m. Sunday night.
A blue two door sedan rolled at least once and was resting on its wheels next to a semi in the ditch.
No word on if any injuries occurred in the accident, though an ambulance was on scene.
The right lane of I-80 East Bound was closed while crews responded, traffic was backed up in the area.