A Kendallville driver and an Auburn teen were hurt in a Monday evening crash in DeKalb County, according to a DeKalb County Sheriff's Department report.
Kelly Blood, 29, of Kendallville, suffered a broken ankle in a collision at County Roads 34 and 35, south of Waterloo.
Quentin Moreland, 14, of Auburn, a passenger in a 2000 Chevrolet Silverado pickup driven by Aaron C. Aldrich of Waterloo, suffered a neck abrasion, police said.
Aldrich was going west on County Road 34 and rolled through the stop sign at County Road 35, police said. Aldrich's truck struck Blood's 2003 Chevrolet Impala, which was going southbound on County Road 35. Blood tried to brake but could not avoid the collision, police said.
The Impala hit the passenger side of the pickup, which was pushed into a yard on County Road 34. The Impala spun clockwise and came to rest in a ditch facing northeast, according to the report.
Police said braking marks from the Impala were visible for 60 feet before the impact. A witness told police Aldrich ran the stop sign at the intersection.
The Waterloo Fire Department and DeKalb EMS assisted the sheriff's department at the scene.