Man in critical condition following north Spokane County collision
ELK, Wash. - A man was taken to the hospital Wednesday after the car he was riding in was struck broadside by an SUV in north Spokane County.
The collision happened at the intersection of Oregon and Bruce roads shortly after noon.
Sheriff's deputies say the driver of a black sedan went through a stop sign and was struck by a SUV. A male passenger in the sedan was taken to an area hospital in critical condition. The driver was not injured.
The female driver of the SUV and a child with her were not injured.
A citation may be forthcoming pending the outcome of an investigation into the wreck.
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