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2 Idaho women injured in crash near Oldtown

UPDATED: Sun., July 26, 2020

Two women were injured in a crash Sunday on Idaho state Highway 41 near Oldtown, the Idaho State Police reported.

The crash occurred south of town Sunday afternoon, when a 2002 Chevy coupe driven by Aurora Troit, 36, of Culdesac, struck a 2015 Toyota SUV driven by Carol Tinghino, 64, of Rathdrum. Troit lost control of her car when trying to make a rapid left turn while headed north, the ISP said in a news release.

Both women were wearing seatbelts. They were taken to the hospital for treatment of injuries not thought to be life-threatening. An investigation into the crash is continuing. 

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