December 13, 2001 11:00 pm

The 20-year-old Elgin woman injured Tuesday morning in a crash with a loaded logging truck along Highway 82, remained in the intensive care unit of St. Alphonsus Hospital in Boise this morning.

A hospital spokeswoman reported this morning that Amy Marie Daggetts condition is still listed as critical.

A graveside service for Elvera Trump, 77, also of Elgin, who died in the accident, will begin at 11 a.m. Tuesday at the Elgin Cemetery. Pastor Steve Kirkeby will conduct the service.

The victim of a second Highway 82 accident Wednesday evening, Ruthie Bean of Imbler, remains hospitalized at Grande Ronde Hospital.

Mrs. Bean, 77, was listed in good condition this morning, a hospital spokesman said.

Ruthie Bean was a passenger in a vehicle driven by her daughter, Linda Rae Berry, 58, who was killed when the vehicle left Highway 82 Wednesday evening and rolled.

A funeral time is pending and will be announced soon.