Another deadly crash hit Idaho roads yesterday afternoon on U.S. 93 near Twin Falls.  Everyone was wearing their seatbelts but that wasn't enough to save two men who died.

KTVB reported information passed on by Idaho State Police that states that a 2012 Ford Taurus was driving north on the highway at approximately 4:15 p.m. and for some reason the vehicle crossed over the center line into the southbound lane and smashing into a Chevrolet Suburban.  We don't know at this time why the Taurus veered off.

Both drivers were immediately killed.  57-year-old Angelina Berry (the wife of the driver of the suburban), was airlifted to St. Luke's Magic Valley Medical Center in Twin Falls.  Her condition is unknown.  The Berry's 33-year-old daughter and two children were in the back of the Suburban and they were immediately transported to the hospital by ambulance.  We don't have any information on their condition yet either.

A full investigation is underway.