Two people were transported to hospital with serious but non-life-threatening injuries after a two-vehicle collision closed the intersection at 103A Avenue and 93 Street.
Daniel Tames, spokesperson for the Edmonton Police Service (EPS), said the crash happened around 3 pm on Thursday.
A Toyota Corolla was traveling south on 93 Street approaching 103A Avenue while a Jeep Wrangler was moving west on 103A Avenue at the same time, said Tames. He said the Jeep was hit by the car which failed to stop at the stop sign.
The Jeep rolled onto its side, pinning the occupants inside.
Tames said a backseat passenger of the Jeep and the driver of the car were both taken to hospital.
The EPS major collision investigation section was on scene and took over the investigation. Tames said alcohol and speed are not considered to be factors in the crash.
The intersection has since been cleared and reopened.