Two Anderson teens were identified Sunday as the people killed in a weekend crash in Huntington County.

Landon Eden, 16, and Braydan Noland, 15, died Saturday morning from multiple blunt force traumatic injuries, according to a news release from the Huntington County Coroner’s Office.

They were passengers in a car that collided with a semi at the intersection of County Road 300 West and Indiana 124 after the northbound car failed to stop at a stop sign, the release said.

The semi spun and struck a guardrail, separating its tractor and trailer and spilling a load of grain.

The car’s driver, 19-year-old Vincent Spear, and 17-year-old passenger Ethan Noland were airlifted from Jefferson Township to hospitals in Fort Wayne, the release said.

Their conditions were described as life-threatening Saturday and were unknown in the update Sunday afternoon.

The Nolands were cousins, the release said.

Law enforcement officials said the semi driver, James E. Huff, 58, of DeMotte, was uninjured.