An incident occurred at Boise Airport in Idaho when a hangar under construction collapsed, leading to multiple injuries. The collapse happened in the vicinity of Rickenbacker Street and Luke Street, near the airport. Following the incident, emergency responders, including the Boise Fire Department, were promptly on the scene to manage the situation.

The focus of the emergency services was on life-saving efforts and providing medical assistance to those who were injured. Search and rescue teams worked tirelessly to locate and extricate survivors trapped beneath the debris.

There are indications that a crane has toppled onto a hangar under construction, leading to its collapse. In response to this incident, emergency services have declared a Mass Casualty Incident. Current reports suggest that nine individuals have sustained critical injuries, and there are unconfirmed reports of three fatalities. Law enforcement is currently advising the public to steer clear of the area, as they continue to handle the evolving situation.

The impact of the collapse was not limited to the immediate area. Boise Airport, being a significant aviation hub, experienced operational disruptions. Flights were temporarily suspended, leading to widespread travel inconveniences and highlighting the interconnected nature of aviation operations.