Head-on crash on US 95 near Moscow involving teenage driver results in five hospitalizations

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MOSCOW, ID. — A head-on collision on US 95 near MP 356 near Moscow involving a teenage driver has left five people in the hospital.

Idaho State Police says a 16-year-old boy was driving a Honda Minivan with several family members inside when he lost control of the van, crossing the center divider line and colliding head-on with a Hyundai SUV.

A 22-year-old man was driving the Hyundai SUV with a female passenger.

Everyone in the Minivan was wearing a seatbelt. Three people in the Minivan were taken to the hospital. Both people in the Hyundai SUV were also taken to the hospital.

The highway was blocked for investigation and medical purposes.

The teenager was citied for speed too fast for the conditions.