SPOKANE, Wash. -

Despite a freezing rain advisory Monday the morning commute wasn't all that bad except for a rollover accident in north Spokane County near East Big Meadows Road and North Day Mt. Spokane Road.

No one was injured in the crash but the driver of that vehicle is counting her lucky stars.Esther Zerbst, the woman that was driving that vehicle, said she felt like she was going along normally until one of her tires left the roadway, and that's when she lost control.

Zerbst, a home care provider, was on her way to work around 7 a.m. before the snow plow had made a pass on East Big Meadows Road.

"One wheel must have just got in the snow and it kind of spun me I think and then I was heading toward that bank and it flipped," Zerbst said.

She was able to pull herself out of the vehicle through one of the rear doors. Eventually, the snow plow did come by. The driver waited until Zerbst's family showed up.

Zerbst said she doesn't have a single bruise from the accident.

"I think that must have been God looking out for me to do that and not get hurt a bit. I feel absolutely fine," she said.

A reminder to all drivers this holiday travel season to slow down, and make sure someone knows where you're going and when you should be there.