BOISE -- Interstate 84 east of Boise was closed for about two hours this morning due to two separate crashes, including one involving a Boise Fire Department engine.
Just after 8 a.m., Idaho State Police were called to investigate an injury crash on I-84 at milepost 61, near the Black's Creek rest area.
A Boise Fire engine had also responded to a rollover crash in the same area.
Police say that 50-year-old Gwen Thompson of Hailey was westbound in the right lane and approaching the crash scene in a 2000 Subara Impreza. At the same time, 44-year-old Shawn Rebholz of Boise was driving in the left lane next to Thomspon in a 2005 Chevy 2500 pickup.
Due to the fog, there was low visibility and Thompson was unable to stop before crashing into the parked Boise Fire engine. After crashing into the fire engine, Thompson's pickup struck Rebholz's car.
Thompson was taken by ambulance to St. Luke's Medical Center in Boise.
The interstate closure stretched from the Gowen Road exit to the Blacks Creek Road exit.
There was a dense fog advisory for much of southern Idaho until 11 a.m.