A 1-vehicle crash led to traffic getting backed up on Interstate 84 for about two hours, according to Idaho State Police.
ISP responded to the incident around 10 a.m. Saturday near mile marker 33 on I-84.
Korissa Handy, 44, of Gig Harbor, Washington, was driving east in a Dodge Ram with a horse trailer. She drifted off the roadway and went into the median. The truck and trailer jackknifed and crossed into westbound I-84, according to ISP.
Handy and her passenger Melanie Santos, 31, of Tacoma, were both wearing seatbelts, according to ISP.
The westbound lane was blocked for two hours, according to ISP.
ISP is still investigating the incident.