JEROME, Idaho -- Three teens were taken to the hospital after a car crash Saturday night when a driver slid off of I-84 and rolled down an embankment into a field.
State police said that Ricardo Rodriquez-Resendiz, 18,of Jerome, was headed west on the interstate with two passengers; 18-year-old Katarina Saguino and a 17-year-old.
Officials said that Rodriguez-Resendiz's Mazda 6 went into a slide at around 9:40 p.m. Saturday, left the roadway and went down an embankment. The car went into a roll as it continued through a fence and across a small canal before eventually stopped in a field, troopers reported.
Both Sanguino and the 17-year-old were thrown from the car. Crash investigators found that no one in the group was wearing a seat belt.
Sanguino was flown to St. Lukes Magic Valley by air ambulance while Rodriguez-Resendiz and the 17 year old passenger were driven to St. Lukes Magic Valley in ambulances, state police said.
Investigators are still looking into what caused the crash.