Fatal Crash in Gooding County Takes Two Teens Lives!

Idaho State Police report that a T-bone collision in southern Idaho on Friday claimed the lives of two youngsters. Police were called to a collision near the intersection of US-26 and 2000 East in Gooding County, Idaho, on October 27, just after 5 p.m.

According to police, a young person, the exact age of whom is unknown, was driving a 2002 Honda Odyssey north on 2000 East.

According to reports, the man attempted to cross US-26 without stopping at the stop sign and was hit by a 2000 Ford Excursion being driven by a 50-year-old Wendell, Idaho resident who was traveling west on US-26.

According to the release, the Honda was hit, veered off the north side of the road, and collided with an empty backhoe.

Out of the four individuals in the Honda, only the driver and one of the young passengers had on seatbelts. Both the driver and the passenger were brought to the hospital; as of right now, it is unclear how they are doing.

The two other children in the car, who were apparently buckled up, were declared dead at the site.

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Despite not using a seatbelt, the Ford’s driver lived to tell the tale, according to the authorities. He was sent to the hospital by ambulance, along with a young passenger who was buckled up; neither of their current situations is known.

After the collision, the road was closed for around four hours so that law enforcement and emergency services could examine the situation.

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