A Deadly Car Crash In Idaho Was So Horrific, The First Responder Suffered A Near-Fatal Heart Attack

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Image: Facebook/Eric Neibaur
Image: Facebook/Eric Neibaur

Sunday, June 18, 2017, was Father’s Day; and like many other families, the Neibaurs spent it together. Mom Bobbi, father Eric and their children Eric, 15, and Lauren, 13, had been camping all weekend in Big Springs, Idaho.

Image: Facebook/Bobbi Neibaur
Image: Facebook/Bobbi Neibaur

At the end of their outdoor escape, they loaded up their vehicles and headed home to Pocatello – a 140-mile drive from Big Springs. And while the parents piled into their car, 15-year-old Eric drove himself and his sister in a 1999 Chevy pickup truck.

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Image: gagnonm1993

Now it may seem uncommon to have a 15-year-old behind the wheel, but it’s perfectly legal in Idaho. Yes, state law allows teens of this age to obtain a license after they’ve taken a driver’s education course and logged 50 hours of supervised driving practice.

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