One person dead in north Idaho rollover - Spokane, North Idaho News & Weather KHQ.com

One person dead in north Idaho rollover

WORLEY, Idaho. - One person is dead following a one-car rollover near Worley, Idaho. It happened just before 1:30 Thursday morning.

Idaho State Police say a vehicle driven by 24 year-old Veronica Matt was heading westbound on Lovell Valley Road. That road is in Benewah County between Tekoa and Plummer near the Idaho-Washington state line.

ISP says Matt was going too fast for conditions and lost control of the vehicle, driving off the road and rolling it. They say alcohol was involved.

According to ISP there were six people in the vehicle at the time of the rollover:

  • Veronica Matt: 24 year-old Worley, Id
  • Juanita Garcia: 42 year-old Tensed, Id
  • Jeremiah Johnson: 18 year-old Welperit, Wa
  • Joseph Matt: 23 year-old Worley, Id       
  • Dianna Matheson: 25 year-old Worley, Id
  • Deejai, Revais: 23 year-old Fruitland, Wa

In a release from ISP, they say Juanita Garcia was transported to Kootenai Medical Center but did not survive the crash. Right now, she is the only listed fatality.

ISP says Deejai Revais was also transported to KMC, there is no word on the condition of Revais at this time.

Right now, ISP has not filed any charges in this incident, but they do say it is currently under investigation.

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