COLUMBIA, NH (COOS COUNTY) – The New Hampshire State Police reported a multi-vehicle collision in northern New Hampshire this afternoon.
Members of #TroopG are at the scene of a multi vehicle crash involving a commercial motor vehicle on Route 3 in Columbia. #NHSP would like to encourage operators of passenger vehicles to remember to give large vehicles extra space while traveling on the roadways. #SafetyFirst pic.twitter.com/D6kt62Mg47
— New Hampshire State Police (@NH_StatePolice) November 4, 2020
The accident happened in Columbia on Route 3, also known as Trooper Scott Phillips Highway, and was reported by authorities at 3:11 p.m.
While few details of the accident have been made available, a photo of the crash showed a Mack logging truck that had crashed into a snowy area off the side of the road.
It is unknown at this point if anyone was injured in the collision.
NH State Police reminded travelers to keep a safe distance from trucks and other commercial vehicles while on the road to help prevent car accidents.
This is a developing news story, and further details will be posted as they are made available.
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