STANTON, Neb. -- Authorities said they responded to a single-vehicle accident Friday morning that resulted in injuries and an arrest. 

The Stanton County Sheriff's Office said that around 7:18 a.m. they were notified of an accident on Highway 275 about 1.5 miles east of Pilger. 

SCSO said when they arrived, they said they found the Pontiac that was heading east had left the road and tried to get back onto the highway, striking a bridge guardrail. 

The driver, 27-year-old Tiffany Robinson of Norfolk, and a 29-year-old Fremont man were not wearing seatbelts and were removed from the wreck. 

The Fremont man was taken to a West Point hospital by Wisner Rescue for non-life-threatening injuries, and Robinson was taken to a hospital in Wayne by Pilger Rescue for non-life-threatening injuries. 

Sheriff Mike Unger said that just before the collision with the guardrail, the Sheriff's Office had gotten two 911 calls from drivers on Highway 275 reporting the vehicle was driving erratically and all over the road. 

Authorities reported drug use and speed were believed to be a contributing factor in the accident.

Robinson was arrested for reckless driving and driving under the influence. 

The Sheriff's Office said the investigation is continuing into other possible drug violations. 

The airbags reportedly deployed and the vehicle was said to be a total loss. 

SCSO said the highway was completely blocked for more than an hour as the scene was investigated and cleared. 

The Sheriff's Office said that Pilger Fire and Rescue, Wisner Fire and Rescue, Stanton County Emergency Management all helped with the scene.