This is my old car. I loved my car. I am just glad that it was strong enough to take a hit for my family. I found an article from the Moscow newspaper that briefly explains what happened.
A Moscow woman was hospitalized following a two-car crash on U.S. Highway 95 near Tensed that knocked down several power lines and forced the roadway to be closed for about 90 minutes Sunday afternoon.
According to an Idaho State Police incident report, Cynthia Borchardt, 54, of Moscow was driving her 1998 Honda Civic in the southbound lane when she fell asleep and swerved into the northbound lane, sideswiping Darin Frank, 33, of Hayden, Idaho, and forcing his 2002 Honda Accord into the ditch.
Borchardt's vehicle continued across the northbound lane and struck a guide wire for a power pole, forcing several lines to come down shortly after 5 p.m.
Borchardt was transported by ambulance to Gritman Medical Center in Moscow, according to the ISP report. Information on her condition was not available before press time.