Weekly Safety Report: Missing Teen and YMCA Camp Bus Crash Impact Boise County, Idaho

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This week in Boise County, Idaho, two incidents occurred that require attention in the weekly safety report. The first incident involves a missing teen in Garden Valley, where authorities are seeking the public's help in locating a 16-year-old male with medical issues and suicidal tendencies. The second incident is an investigation into a school bus crash that occurred during a YMCA camp program, injuring eight passengers. Idaho State Police determined that the crash was caused by the bus driver veering off the road and overcorrecting, resulting in a rollover.

Missing Garden Valley Teen

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A 16-year-old white male named Nathan Michael Stetzel has gone missing in Garden Valley. He was last seen on Sunday evening and is described as having brown hair and brown eyes. Nathan is 5'11" tall, weighs 190 lbs, and was on foot when last seen. Authorities are concerned due to his medical issues and suicidal tendencies. Anyone with information is urged to contact the Boise County Sheriff's Office.

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YMCA Camp School Bus Crash

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An investigation has concluded into a school bus crash involving a YMCA summer camp program. The crash occurred on August 4th at around 3 p.m. on Highway 55, north of Banks. The bus, carrying 28 adolescent campers and staff, veered off the road and overcorrected, causing it to rollover. Eight passengers were injured in the crash. Idaho State Police have completed their investigation into the incident.

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