Boise's Leading Local News: Weather, Traffic, Sports and more | Boise, Idaho | KTVB.com

Police: Driver cited for DUI after driving a quarter mile on Greenbelt

Police say the driver crashed into a tree after driving roughly a quarter mile on the Greenbelt.
Credit: Boise Police Department
Police say no one that was on the Greenbelt was injured in the crash.

BOISE, Idaho — Boise Police responded to a crash on the Boise Greenbelt, near the Willow Lane Park by State Street and Veterans Memorial Parkway, when a person crashed into a tree along the Boise River after they drove on the Greenbelt for nearly a quarter-mile.

Police say they responded to the crash at about 4 p.m. Friday and the driver was headed west on the Greenbelt.

No one who was on the Greenbelt at the time of the crash was injured, according to police.

Investigators say they transported the driver to a local hospital and cited them for DUI.

Police have yet to release the identity of the driver or how serious their injuries are.

RELATED: 64-year-old Boise woman's death under investigation after bedroom fire

RELATED: Police looking for suspect after robbery at Boise home