A one-car crash occurred Thursday night on Route 49 in the Town of Floyd, reducing traffic down to one lane for a period of time, according to the Oneida County Sheriff's Office.

The crash occurred around 11:33 p.m., a 2001 Chevrolet operated by Terence Nash, 29, of Rome, was headed westbound on Route 49 when two deer entered the roadway, deputies said.

Nash stated that he swerved to avoid striking the deer and his vehicle entered the center median area, deputies report. 

When the vehicle entered the median area the front end dug into the soft dirt and the vehicle rolled over and came to rest on the center guide rail, deputies said.

After about an hour, both lanes of Route 49 opened up, deputies report.

No one was injured in the crash, deputies said.

Deputies were assisted by the Floyd Fire Department and AmCare Ambulance, deputies report.

No citations were issued.