A Washington woman was airlifted to the hospital after she rolled her car off of US Highway 2 in Oldtown, Idaho.
At around 11:15 Thursday morning, a white 2001 Toyota Camry driven by Tina L. Carstens-Boone, 55, of Usk, Washington, was traveling westbound near milepost 2.3 in Oldtown when she failed to maintain her lane. Her vehicle went into the eastbound lanes and rolled down a small embankment, landing on its top. Carstens-Boone was partially ejected from the vhicle.
She was airlifted to Kootenai Health as a result of her injuries. She was not wearing a seatbelt.
Carstens-Boone's family has been notified of her injuries and the investigation is ongoing.
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