Idaho

Driver in critical condition after collision with snow plow

A Post Falls driver remains in critical condition after hitting a snow plow head on while rounding a curve on Highway 95 Sunday near Tensed.

Diana Houston, 43, is in the intensive care unit at Sacred Heart Medical Center in Spokane after her 1990 two-door Plymouth Laser struck an Idaho Transportation Department snow plow driven by David L. Duncan, 51, of Worley, about 4:15 p.m. at milepost 381, according to Idaho State Police.

Houston’s passenger, Gary L. Waters, 51, is in stable condition at Kootenai Medical Center. Duncan was uninjured.

Houston and Waters own Ancient Answers, which specializes in custom jewelry, minerals, crystals and natural healing seminars. The business moved from Wallace to Post Falls in November.



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