CONCORD, NH – A man and woman were both charged following a suspected DUI crash on I-83 Tuesday morning.
According to a report by NBC Boston, police began to receive reports of an erratic driver along I-93 near the Hooksett Toll Plaza at about 7:43 a.m.
Reports suggest the vehicle crashed into multiple concrete barriers and a guardrail before it was located by state troopers near the I-89 interchange.
Once troopers caught up to the vehicle, it crashed into another barrier and spun out.
Moments later, the driver, 35-year-old Nathan Rabbitt, pulled into a nearby gas station and was taken into custody.
An 8-month-old child in the vehicle was taken to Concord Hospital as a precaution and subsequently released to a family member.
Rabbitt is facing charges of aggravated driving under the influence, endangering the welfare of a child, operating after suspension, and disobeying an officer. His 32-year-old passenger, Cassandra Thomas, has also been charged with endangering the welfare of a child.
If you or a loved one were involved in an accident caused by an impaired driver in New Hampshire, you may be entitled to significant compensation. Contact the Concord car accident lawyer at Kenison Law today to discuss your options with a compassionate attorney. We can be reached by phone at 603-471-3550.