This past weekend hasn't been good with a young woman walking getting hit on Eagle Road, another woman killed on 5 Mile and Ustick and now a crash that's taken three lives.

The Idaho State Police just released information that 23-year-old Cole Hatcher died from injuries sustained in a crash near Jerome, Idaho on November 11, 2017.  Two people were immediately pronounced dead and Hatcher was struggling for his life in an accident that took place at the intersection of 150 West and 100 North just west of Jerome.

20-year-old Shentasha Bybee of Rexburg, Idaho failed to yield at a stop sign which ended up being a tragic and deathly mistake when she hit a mini-van driven by 48-year-old Luis Vega.  The crash took the lives of two of Vega's passengers, 44-year-old Martina Rivera Sandoval of Jerome  and a juvenile who later died at the hospital.

Multiple people from both vehicles were flown to Saint Alphonsus Regional Medical Center in Boise and others were taken to St. Luke's in Jerome.  Hatcher was in Boise when pronounced dead Sunday afternoon.  Investigators are still trying to find out what happened.