14-year-old dead, multiple injuries in crash of Suburban on White Bird Hill

RIGGINS - A 14-year-old boy died and multiple passengers were ejected when a woman lost control of a 1997 Suburban on White Bird Hill late Saturday night.

Idaho State Police said 53-year-old Rosa M. Lopez-Rincon of Bridgeport, Washington was driving the vehicle southbound on U.S. 95 around 11:17 p.m. when she left the road, over-corrected and crossed into the northbound lane. The vehicle went through a guardrail and rolled down the hill 200 - 250 feet, coming to rest on a steep slope, against a tree. ISP said multiple occupants were ejected from the vehicle.

14-year-old George Lopez-Holivarez of Bridgeport died at the scene

Injured and transported to Syringa Hospital in Grangeville were 43-year-old Julian Lopez-Rincon, 43-year-old Socorro Lopez-Holivarez, 17-year-old Ana B. Lopez-Holivarez, 19-year-old Juan C. Lopez-Holivarez, 13-year-old Nancy A. Saucedo-Lopez, and 14-year-old Daisy M. Saucedo-Lopez, all of Bridgeport.

36-year-old Jose E. Lopez-Rincon of Omak, WA was flown by Medstar to Deaconess Medical Center in Spokane.

ISP said only the driver and Nancy A. Saucedo-Lopez were wearing seat belts. The investigation is continuing.