No one was hospitalized after a T-bone crash at the intersection of U.S. Highway 26 and East Iona Road at 9:41 p.m. Monday.
Idaho State Police said Braden M. Foremaster, 18, of Idaho Falls was driving a 1994 Mitsubishi Monero eastbound on Iona Road when he failed to stop for a stop sign at the intersection of U.S. Highway 26.
David Sargis, 76, and his passenger Arlene Z. Sargis, 69, both of Idaho Falls, were westbound on U.S. 26 when Foremaster struck the side of their 2017 GMC Sierra pickup.
Both eastbound lanes of the highway were blocked for over an hour while traffic was diverted to westbound lanes.
All were wearing seat belts and no one was hospitalized. The crash is still under investigation.
Idaho State Police is responding to a two vehicle crash on Highway 26 north of Idaho Falls.
An 18 year old was driving east on Iona road and drove past the stop sign at the intersection of Highway 26 and Iona road.
The teen T-boned a GMC Denali heading south on Highway 26.
There were no serious injuries.
A passenger in the Denali was being checked by first responders.
Bonneville County assisted with traffic control.
Highway 26 was reduced to one lane of traffic.