A driver is lucky to be alive after the Jeep she was driving rolled over and almost went down a hill in Vienna Township. 

It happened Sunday morning on Pleasant Valley Southeast just before 8:30 a.m. 

Fire crews said the driver was trapped inside, but her seatbelt stopped her from being thrown from the Jeep.

The vehicle was resting against a small tree and in danger of rolling further down the hill.

The driver was extricated by crews and was not injured.

Fire officials said the road was very icy this morning, but it's still unclear what exactly caused the crash. 

They also said the Jeep wasn't that badly damaged, and a towing company was able to pull it back on the road.