NAMPA -- Around noon on Friday, two juveniles and one adult were taken to the hospital after a crash in Nampa.
Canyon County Sheriff's Office says a man driving a Jeep ran a stop sign at the intersection of Ustick Road and 11th Avenue North and hit a red Acura with two juveniles inside.
They say the juveniles in the Acura had the right of way, as they were heading west on Ustick Road.
Officials also say the juveniles were going the posted speed limit of 50 mph when the Jeep hit them.
"We've been running into a lot of problems, people not stopping completely at stop signs, looking both ways. Make sure that there's no vehicles coming. Especially important on these rural roads to where some of the four-way stops at some of the intersections only have two-way stops," said Canyon County Sheriff's Office Deputy Cody Frailey.
Again, all three from the two vehicles were taken to the hospital.
Their injuries are unknown at this time, and police say they will continue their investigation.