The driver of a delivery van was injured in a two-vehicle crash just north of Grandin, N.D., on Tuesday, Oct. 26.

According to the North Dakota Highway Patrol, Eric Anderson, 55, sideswiped a Volvo semi-truck and trailer while trying to pass it, just before 2:30 p.m. Both vehicles were heading south on Interstate 29. Anderson, who was in the right lane, attempted to return to the left lane, but his Freightliner delivery van had not cleared the semi. The vehicles collided and the van began to spin toward the east. Anderson lost control of the van and it rolled, pinning him inside. Anderson was extricated and brought to Sanford via ambulance to be treated for serious injuries sustained in the crash.

The driver of the semi, Andrew Sumrall, 56, was not injured in the crash.

According to the NDHP, Anderson is facing a charge of passing while unsafe. Both drivers were wearing seatbelts.

Along with the NDHP, the Traill Sheriff’s Office and Hillsboro Ambulance Service responded to the crash, which is still being investigated.