Crash alert: RV collides with home, utility pole, parked vehicles in Concord

CONCORD, NH – Two, possibly three people fled the scene of a crash after their RV collided with a home in Concord early this morning, according to WMUR.

The crash happened on Loudon Road at around 4 a.m., when a white RV collided with a home, a utility pole, multiple street signs, and two parked vehicles.

Two people were found near the scene of the crash, and claimed that a third person was driving the RV. Police are searching for this unidentified third occupant at this time.

Nobody in the home was reported as injured.

The crash reportedly caused a fair amount of property damage.

It is unknown if the driver was intoxicated at the time of the accident.

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