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Motorhome crash in Idaho sends two Utahns to the hospital
BANNOCK COUNTY, Idaho — The Idaho State Police continue to investigate a motorhome crash that occurred Sunday afternoon, involving a pair of individuals from Centerville.
The ISP says the crash occurred on northbound I-15 at milepost 51, near McCammon, Idaho, at 12:45 p.m.
Police say a 2007 Holiday Rambler motorhome was pulling a 2019 Jeep Wrangler when a front tire on the motorhome had a blowout. As a result, the motorhome left the highway and road over lava rocks.
The ISP says the motorhome was occupied by two 64-year-old individuals. The female passenger was not wearing a seat belt and was ejected from the vehicle.
Both individuals were transported by ground ambulance to an area hospital. A news release does not state the condition of either victim.
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