Three adults and two children were transported to Kootenai Medical Center on Friday evening following a two-vehicle crash at Ramsey Road and state Highway 53.
Eric Prentice, 30, of Almira, Wash., was traveling south on Ramsey at 6:58 p.m. and failed to see the stop sign at Highway 53, Idaho State Police reported. He proceeded through the intersection and his 1996 Ford Explorer was struck by a 2004 Ford Focus driven by Julianna Kamps, 20, of Post Falls. Kamps was traveling eastbound on Highway 53.
Prentice was traveling 50-55 miles per hour through the intersection, police reported, and he was cited with inattentive driving. He and his three passengers - Michelle Prentice and two children - were transported to the hospital, along with Kamps.
Two hurt in Spirit Lake accident
A head-on collision early Saturday morning in Spirit Lake resulted in both drivers being injured.
Chance Merrick, 20, of Oldtown, was driving his 1984 Subaru north on Highway 41 near Jackson Street when he drifted into oncoming traffic, Idaho State Police said. He struck a 2007 Ford F150 driven southbound by Carissa Abbott, 28, of Spirit Lake.
Both were taken to Kootenai Medical Center with unspecified injuries.