The Colorado State Patrol said alcohol was a factor in a rollover crash that sent three Colorado Springs men to a hospital.

Troopers said the accident occurred around 10 p.m. Friday on Teller County Road 81 about two miles north of Victor.

A vehicle carrying three people left the road, struck a tree and overturned.  The impact ejected front seat passenger Miguel Camargo, 22, and rear seat passenger George Robles, 21. 

Troopers said neither passenger was wearing a seat belt.  Camargo suffered moderate injuries but Robles was seriously injured and taken to a hospital by ambulance.

The driver, Dallas Burke, 21, was wearing a seat belt and suffered moderate injuries.  He and Camargo were taken to a hospital by ambulance.