Woman who rolled truck still in hospital

Woman who rolled truck still in hospital

From staff reports

A 75-year-old Sagle woman was in stable condition Thursday evening after the car she was driving rolled off U.S. Highway 95.

Eva P. Rex was heading north on U.S. Highway 95 at Sagle Road in her 2002 Suzuki truck when she failed to make a curve and rolled the truck, Idaho State Police said.

Emergency crews had to extricate Rex and passenger Clarence L. Robeson, 79, of Bellevue.

Rex and Robeson were taken to Bonner General Hospital. Robeson was not treated. Both were wearing seat belts, ISP said.

Two drivers were involved in a fender-bender when they tried to slow down for emergency vehicles responding to the crash. Police reported that John Rader, 58, of Sagle, whose Dodge truck was hit was injured and taken to Bonner General Hospital, but hospital officials said he was never treated.

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