CLARK FORK -- A collision in North Idaho killed two people and sent three children to the hospital Wednesday afternoon.

The crash happened at 4:55 p.m.on Spring Creek Road in Clark Fork.

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According to Idaho State Police, 39-year-old Vicki S. Dettwiler-Hunter of Clark Fork was driving north when she crossed over the centerline while going around a curve. Dettwiler-Hunter's Nissan Sentra then crashed head-on into an oncoming Dodge 3500 pickup driven by 21-year-old Kyler A. Burnham of Sandpoint.

Dettwiler-Hunter and her passenger, 57-year-old Jamy L. McCoy of Cape Canaveral, Florida, were killed on impact. Neither was wearing a seatbelt, police said.

Three children riding in the Nissan - two of which were buckled in - were also injured in the collision. One of the children had to be airlifted from the site of the wreck, and was listed in critical condition Wednesday.

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Burnham, who was wearing a seatbelt, wasn't hurt.

The crash blocked the road in both directions for three hours.