Nampa woman rescued from Indian Creek

June 6, 2014 

A woman who nearly drowned was pulled from Indian Creek on Thursday evening.

The Nampa Police Department received a call at 8:53 p.m., notifying officers of a possible body in the creek, at Sugar Street.

Emergency crews from the Nampa Fire Department and Canyon County Paramedics pulled the woman from the creek and rendered aid. The woman was taken to a local hospital with what police said appeared to be a serious medical condition.

Officers are investigating how the woman ended up in the creek. Police, who did not publicly identify the woman, said she lives in the area.

Officers ask that anyone who saw a woman wearing a purple jacket walking in the neighborhood between Sugar Street and Kings Road call the Nampa Police Department at 465-2257.

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