Police search for semi involved in hit and run

December 4, 2013 

A hit-and-run crash in Nampa blocked one lane on the westbound interstate Wednesday morning.

ADA COUNTY HIGHWAY DISTRICT

— A woman suffered minor injuries Wednesday morning when her car was struck by a semitrailer on Interstate 84.

Leann Miller, 54, of Caldwell, was headed west on the interstate near Northside Boulevard in Nampa when was hit at 6:19 a.m. The driver of a semitrailer attempted to move into Miller's lane, but struck the back of her car, Idaho State Police said. The impact sent the Taurus spinning into a jersey barrier before coming to rest in the median.

The driver of the semitrailer did not stop and has not been located by police. Miller was wearing her seatbelt when the wreck happened, and was treated by paramedics at the scene.

The left lane of westbound I-84 was closed until about 7 a.m., causing traffic delays. Idaho State Police continue to investigate the wreck.

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