A truck rammed through a brick wall Tuesday night at a Boise elementary school.
The Boise Fire Department said the driver, a teenage boy, was taken to the hospital with what appears to be minor injuries after driving through a wall at the Pepper Ridge Elementary School.
Three people were in the car at the time, and the school was unoccupied. The driver was the only one who sustained injuries. BFD said a response team will be taking out some of the brick and building a wooden frame to prevent further collapse to the school. There is apparently a good amount of structural damage.
Eric Exline, a spokesperson for the West Ada School District, told CBS2 News that the truck drove into the health classroom. The maintenance staff and the principal are at the school now while they are cleaning up the damage.