NAMPA, Idaho (KTVB) -- One person is dead after a motorcycle collided with a car in Nampa Wednesday morning.

The crash happened just before 6 a.m. at the intersection of Locust Lane and Robinson Boulevard. According to Idaho State Police, 28-year-old Sharalyn Rose of Meridian was headed east on Locust Lane just before the crash happened. Rose stopped at a stop sign at the intersection of Robinson Boulevard, then pulled out into the intersection. As she did so, Rose's car was struck on the driver's side by a motorcycle ridden by 44-year-old Paul Mackrill of Nampa.

Mackrill had been traveling south on Robinson Boulevard, and was not required to stop at the intersection. The motorcycle rider died from his injuries at the scene. Police say he was wearing a helmet.  Rose, who was wearing a seatbelt, was taken to Saint Alphonsus in Nampa by ambulance. The intersection was blocked for about three hours. The crash remains under investigation.