BOISE -- The snow caused problems for drivers across southern Idaho Thursday morning.
Near the Garrity interchange, there was an accident involving an Idaho State Police officer. The officer was responding to an accident when he was struck by another vehicle that lost control. The trooper was taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries. We do not know if the people in the other vehicle were injured.
A ValleyRide commuter bus was involved in an accident near the Ten Mile Road interchange. Traffic was slow and go on I-84 between Nampa and Meridian most of the morning.
Ada County paramedics were on scene near the Meridian Road interchange for a rollover accident. A semi truck jackknifed and somehow landed on top of a silver passenger car. Two people inside the car had to cut from the vehicle and taken to the hospital. We are told their injuries were not life threatening.
Idaho State Police dispatch say responded to accidents non-stop since the snow began falling Thursday morning up until around noon. The trouble spots ISP reports are located at I-84 and mile marker 38 in Canyon County and I-84 at Meridian Road. Numerous accidents were reported in those areas.
On Highway 16, one man was taken to the hospital after losing control of his car and sideswiping a pickup truck. His injuries do not appear to be life threatening.
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