A Notus woman was injured in a crash with a train in Nampa Saturday morning, according to Idaho State Police.
Vanessa Guillen, 25, remained in critical condition Monday, according to a Saint Alphonsus spokesperson.
Police say Guillen drove her 2002 Pontiac Grand Am around a railroad crossing arm that was down and active across Midland Boulevard at about 9 a.m. Saturday. The car was then struck by an eastbound Union Pacific train, according to ISP. The Pontiac spun around, went off the road and struck an electrical box.
Guillen was not wearing a seatbelt at the time of the accident. She was transported to the hospital, according to ISP.
The road was blocked for about three hours. The incident is still under investigation.