Six people were injured over the weekend when a car and pickup collided head-on on U.S. 91 in Cove.

Melissa Ford, 19, of Salt Lake City, was flown to LDS Hospital in Salt Lake City and was on life support, suffering from a broken neck. She remained in critical condition Thursday.She and Eric Evans, 19, Farmington, were passengers in a car driven by Nicholas Haskins, 18. Haskins was treated and released for a broken arm at Logan Regional Hospital. Evans was in critical but stable condition Thursday at McKay-Dee Hospital in Ogden with multiple fractures.

The pickup truck driver, Chris Guvench, 25, and passengers Christina Hannah, 20, Rexburg, Idaho, and Nate Chugg, 20, Providence, were taken to area hospitals with multiple injuries. Guvench was treated and released at the Logan hospital, and Chugg was in fair condition Thursday. Hannah was transported to McKay-Dee Hospital, where she was in critical but stable condition Thursday.

UHP troopers believe Haskins fell asleep just after noon while driving south and drifted into oncoming traffic.