KIMBERLY, Idaho (KLIX)-Investigators say a juvenile passenger died at a local hospital after being thrown from an SUV that had been hit by another car that failed to yield Sunday evening east of Kimberly.

According to Idaho State Police, the crash happened at around 7 p.m. on State Highway 50 at N 3800 E when a Honda Civic failed to yield at the stop sign on the county road and hit the GMC Envoy headed east on the highway. ISP identified the Honda driver as 45-year-old William Presba, of Twin Falls, the driver of the Envoy was Aaron Estrada Arizmedi, 37, of Rupert.

Estrada Arizmedi and his other passenger, Elena Pedraza, 42, of Rupert, were taken with three juvenile passengers to St. Luke's Magic Valley Regional Medical Center. ISP said one juvenile had been ejected from the SUV and died at the hospital. State Highway 50 was blocked for more than four hours while crews investigated the crash.

AUTHORS NOTE: ISP said there were a total of three juveniles passengers in the Envoy

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