Posted September 28, 2018 07:05:06 The Boise Police Department is trying to help save a woman’s life.
Boise police say the woman was taken to a local hospital with cardiac arrest.
According to police, the woman had a heart attack and collapsed during a ride to the hospital.
She was airlifted to the emergency room and the emergency team was called.
Boise Police Chief Steve Zabel says the woman’s condition is stable.
He says the department is asking anyone who knows something about this case to contact the department.
Zabel told KBOI that he is asking for the public’s help.
“If you know anything about this, we are asking for your help,” Zabel said.
The police chief says that there is no way to predict what the woman will do in the hospital, but that she may require CPR.
He also says that if you know something about the woman or someone who knows her, please contact the police.
“She’s in the intensive care unit and we want to make sure she gets all the medical care she needs,” Zabelsaid.
Zabiel said that he hopes the public can help by sharing information about this investigation with them.
If you have any information about the case, you can call the Boise Police Bureau at 435-876-3500 or the Boise County Sheriff’s Office at 435.864.6800.