COEUR D'ALENE, Idaho - The Idaho State Police says two people were killed in a two-car crash on Highway 95 south of Coeur d'Alene Friday evening.
ISP investigators said Kenneth and Joy Gollnick, both of Post Falls, were in the process of driving their 16-year-old son Daniel back to juvenile detention in Lewiston when they lost control of their car in the southbound lanes of the highway in the Mica Flats area.
Troopers said the Gollnick's collided with a northbound SUV driven by 52-year-old John Orvick.
Investigators said first responders had to cut open the car to free Daniel. He was taken to Kootenai County Medical Center where he was listed in critical condition Friday night.
Troopers said both Kenneth and Joy did not survive the crash.
A passerby who witnessed the crash took Orvick to the hospital. Investigators say he sustained minor injuries in the crash.
Collision investigators said the cause of the crash was listed as "speeds too fast for conditions."
Witnesses say the roads in the area where the crash took place were wet in some places and icy in others.
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