Two people hospitalized after T-bone crash in Rigby

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RIGBY — Two people were rushed to the hospital after a two-vehicle accident at the corner of 100 North and 3700 East in Rigby.

Witnesses and emergency responders say a black Dodge Charger was traveling south on 3700 East around 8:15 a.m. Friday. A grey Hyundai was traveling eastbound on 100 North and failed to yield at a stop sign and T-boned the Charger.

Nearby residents went to help a female who was trapped in the Hyundai, but weren’t able to get her out of the car. Central Fire District responders got her out of the car shortly afterwards.

Central District Fire Chief Carl Anderson said both drivers were in fair condition when they were transported to Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center.

EastIdahoNews.com will update this article if more information is released.

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