OGDEN -- Nine people went to the hospital with minor injuries, at most, after a rollover accident Thursday afternoon.
A red Toyota 4Runner and a silver Lincoln Navigator collided after the Navigator ran a stop sign at 29th Street and Grant Avenue, said Ogden Police Lt. Tony Fox.
The stop signs at the intersection only control east- and westbound traffic.
Jessica Penrod, 28, was going southbound in her 4Runner. As the vehicle neared the intersection, one of her passengers pointed out that the eastbound Navigator did not look like it was going to yield for them, she said.
She slammed on her brakes, but it was not enough to avoid the accident.
The two sport utility vehicles crashed around 4:15 p.m. The impact caused the Navigator to roll over onto the driver's side.
Four children and the 37-year-old woman who was driving the Navigator were taken to McKay-Dee Hospital with minor injuries, Fox said.
Penrod told the Standard-Examiner that no one in her SUV was seriously hurt, but she planned to go to the hospital anyway, because she's four months pregnant and wants to make sure her baby is OK.
Fox said four out of the five people who were in the the 4Runner wound up going to Ogden Regional Medical Center with either minor injuries or just to get checked out.
Both vehicles were towed.
The driver of the Navigator will be cited for failure to yield, Fox said.