MOSCOW, Idaho-- Two people were hospitalized after a driver overcorrected and struck another vehicle.
Brett Tully, 17, was headed southbound on Highway 95, just north of Moscow, when he attempted to turn a corner Saturday afternoon. He reportedly crossed the center line into the northbound lanes, overcorrected into the southbound lanes and left the roadway. He then overcorrected again, crossed the southbound lanes and veered into the northbound lanes a second time, according to Idaho State Police. That’s when Tully struck Robbe Kissler, 41, who was headed north on the highway.
The female passenger in Tully’s car was ejected out the back window. She was taken to St. Joseph’s. Tully was transported to Gritman Hospital. The male passenger in Tully’s vehicle did not need to be taken to the hospital.
Kissler and the three passengers in his pickup truck were also not transported.
The road was blocked for about an hour.
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