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Sandpoint woman injured in crash near Montana border on Tuesday

UPDATED: Wed., Aug. 26, 2020

An 18-year-old Sandpoint woman was rushed to the hospital Tuesday evening after her car crashed into another vehicle on State Highway 200, the Idaho State Police reported.

Rachel A. Dunn was taken by air to Kootenai Health following the crash, which occurred just after 6 p.m. Tuesday, according to a news release. Dunn’s Honda sedan crossed the center line while trying to negotiate a curve, striking a Toyota sedan driven by Lori S. Adams, 69, of Heron, Montana. Adams and her passenger, 83-year-old Edward Bernier, also of Heron, were also injured and taken by ambulance to Bonner General Hospital.

Dunn was listed in good condition at Kootenai Health on Wednesday morning.

Adams was wearing a seatbelt, but Dunn and Bernier were not. The highway was closed for roughly three hours Tuesday evening while ISP investigated the crash, according to the news release.

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