A two-vehicle crash late Sunday afternoon in Amherst left one driver charged with driving while intoxicated, while four occupants in the other vehicle were taken to two area hospitals after that vehicle rolled over, Amherst police said.

None of the injuries was believed to be life-threatening.

The crash occurred shortly before 4:25 p.m., when a 2003 Toyota made a left turn into a 2006 Jeep that was traveling north on Campbell Boulevard.

Police charged the Toyota driver, Andrey Tsur-Tsar, 36, of Amherst, with DWI and some traffic violations, according to the accident report. Police said he refused to submit to a breath test.

Five people were in the Jeep that rolled over.

The driver, Thomas J. Durkin, 46, was not injured, police said. Shirley J. Bork, 82, of Williamsville, was taken to Erie County Medical Center, where she was admitted to a regular room; her condition was not available. Cynthia J. Durkin was treated and released from ECMC.

Two other family members, both teenagers, were taken to Women & Children’s Hospital.