Two men are recovering after their pickup truck crashed in rural Kittitas County this morning (Wednesday, Nov. 8).

The Kittitas County Sheriff's Office says the wreck occurred at around 9 a.m. when Daniel Rosebrook of Granite Falls swerved to miss a pothole on Stampede Pass Road and went off the roadway.

The truck tumbled approximately 400 feet down a steep embankment before striking a tree.

Deputies say Rosebrook was ejected from the vehicle just as it left the roadway, while his passenger, 23-year-old Sky Quick of Lake Stevens remained inside the vehicle throughout the accident.

Both men received non-life threatening injuries and Quick required extrication with a litter on a high-angle rope system.

The two men had reportedly been hunting in the area at the time of the crash.

Kittitas Valley Fire & Rescue, Snoqualmie Pass Fire & Rescue, Kittitas County Search & Rescue, and Seattle Mountain Rescue also responded to the incident.

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