Eight people, including a family of four, died in a head-on accident that shut down U.S. 95 for more than six hours.

There were no survivors when a northbound Isuzu Trooper crossed the center line and struck an oncoming Pontiac Grand Prix near the Idaho-Nevada border late Friday, said Pat McGill, a trooper with the Nevada Highway Patrol.The Isuzu driver, Julia Hatch, 29, of Boise, was killed along with her husband, Noel, 24, and their two children, Nicholas, 3, and Zachary, 2 months.

The Pontiac driver, Timothy Smith, 32, was killed along with passengers Ronnie Carpentier, 44, Melanie Burton, 27, and Carolyn Hamilton-Vaughan, 33. All were from Idaho.