BOISE, Idaho — Two drivers involved in a major wreck blocking Hill Road Friday morning were both "inattentive" in the moments before the collision, police say.

The crash was reported just after 7:30 a.m. on Hill Road at Forsythia Drive.

The two SUVs involved collided head-on, completely blocking Hill Road. Traffic is being diverted around the area, but drivers should plan for some delays. 

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Both vehicles have significant damage, and debris and car parts are strewn across the road. 

A KTVB reporter at the scene saw one person with blood on his face and clothes. The occupants' injuries were minor, according to police.

Police say both drivers were looking down when they hit each other, but it's not clear whether either was texting or doing something else.

Crews are working to clear the scene now, but it is unclear when Hill Road will be fully open.