Kuna man killed in wreck north of Marsing

September 20, 2013 

Police have identified a Kuna man killed in a wreck north of Marsing Thursday night.

Kuna resident Ronald Doll, 61, was a passenger in a car driven by 59-year-old Debra Doll when the crash happened. The pair was traveling southbound on Idaho 55, when they were struck by a northbound truck as Debra attempted to turn left onto Williamson road.

The impact of the truck, driven by 64-year-old Kenneth Slack of Boise, pushed the Doll’s car into a third vehicle at a stop sign. That car was driven by 51-year-old Christine Tuttle of Nampa.

Ronald Doll died at the scene from his injuries, police said. All occupants were wearing their seatbelts.

The crash blocked a northbound lane of Idaho 55 for two and a half hours, police said.

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