A fiery head-on car crash in Idaho killed four people from California on Saturday, including three young sisters.
A 22-year-old man and the sisters — aged 16 to 26 — were in a Honda Civic that plowed into a GMC Sierra on Highway 95 near Marsing, where the speed limit is 65 mph.
All three people in the GMC survived even though the pickup caught fire after the collision, Idaho State Police said in a news release. They were hospitalized with non-life-threatening injuries, cops said.
It wasn’t clear who was driving the Civic, but state police identified three of the deceased on Tuesday: Melissa Rojas-Carrasco, 26, Jasmin Rojas-Carrasco, 22, and Juan Pablo Farias, 22.
Priscilla Rojas-Carrasco, 16, wasn’t identified because she was not an adult, police said, but fundraising pleas on social media identified her and listed her as a sister of the two women in the car.
Separate fundraisers called the sisters the youngest of the family, but