Cautionary driving highlighted following crash in Victor

TETON VALLEY, Ida. A two vehicle collision which sent three to the hospital Sunday is an urging for safe driving as another bout of winter weather rolls over the region.

According to an East Idaho News report, the incident north of Victor drew investigation from State Police who determined 63 yr-old Margie Crow made a left-hand turn from northbound SH33 and collided with southbound-traveling Sherry Cornelison, age 64. All occupants were wearing seat belts.

Weather on the day of the accident was both overcast and cold, a combo commonly equating to slick road surfaces. Drivers are urged to employ caution over the coming week while traveling regional roadways as snow showers and continued cold temperatures are expected throughout.


Information from East Idaho News and The Weather Channel



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