One man died after missing a curve in his vehicle and plunging 200 feet from the lip of a southern Idaho canyon.
The Gooding County Sheriff's Department didn't release the name of the man.
But the Twin Falls Times-News reports Monday that he was driving a white GMC Tahoe southbound about midnight on a rural road when he missed the corner and drove off a ledge at the top of Niagara Springs Grade.
The accident happened about six miles from the town of Wendell.
A worker at the fish hatchery in the canyon found the man's body, which had been ejected from the vehicle.
Sheriff Shaun Gough said further information is limited because the family has not been reached.
Information from: The Times-News, http://www.magicvalley.com