Police: ATV Driver Dies From Injuries in Morning Crash
UPDATE, 3:35 p.m.: Idaho State Police said Thursday afternoon in a news release that the driver of the ATV, 87-year-old Nampa resident John Kinghorn, has died from injuries sustained in the crash.
NAMPA, Idaho (KLIX) – The driver of an ATV was sent to the hospital Thursday morning after crashing the four-wheeler into a pickup truck.
The crash was reported at 9:48 a.m. on Ustick Road between Northside Boulevard and Midland Boulevard in Nampa.
According to Idaho State Police, 87-year-old Nampa resident John Kinghorn was driving east on Ustick Road on a Honda ATV, while Dakota Bosworth, 31, of Caldwell was driving east on Ustick Road in a Dodge Ram pickup. Kinghorn turned the ATV onto the roadway and struck Bosworth's vehicle as Bosworth was attempting to pass.
Police said Kinghorn, who was not wearing a helmet, was taken by ground ambulance to St. Alphonsus Regional Medical Center in Boise. Bosworth was wearing a seat belt.
The road was blocked for about two hours while the crash was investigated, ISP said. County Sheriff's Office and the Nampa Highway District assisted at the scene.