SALEM, NH – A 58-year-old man from Boston was injured in a single-vehicle accident on southbound I-93 Thursday when he lost control and rolled the box truck he was driving.
According to WHDH, Eleuterio Contreras Tovalino was attempting to slow down in heavy rain at the time of the crash. The truck skidded and rolled as a result.
Contreras Tovalino suffered minor injuries and was cited for driving with an expired license and at an unreasonable speed.
CONCORD, NH – The New Hampshire State Police are investigating a crash on I-393 that left one man with life-threatening injuries Thursday morning.
According to the Concord Monitor, the vehicle was heading west on I-393 when it crashed into a bridge abutment for unknown reasons. When first responders arrived, they found a woman standing outside the car and a man trapped inside. It is not clear who was the driver.
Firefighters extracted the man from the vehicle using the Jaws of Life. The woman was hospitalized with non-life-threatening injuries.
BELMONT, NH – A driver caused a multi-vehicle crash at the intersection of State Route 3 and Union Road after attempting to flee from police last Friday.
According to WHDH, the driver of the speeding car was identified as Heidi Sweeney, 41. Crews from Belmont Fire extricated Sweeney from her vehicle and rushed her to Concord Hospital with serious injuries.
The occupants of the other three vehicles Sweeney struck sustained only minor injuries.
MANCHESTER, NH – A 27-year-old man was taken to a local hospital with minor injuries after a tractor-trailer lost control and slammed into his Jeep on I-93.
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WINDHAM, NH – Two people were seriously injured last Friday after they crashed their pickup truck off the side of North Lowell Road, according to Patch.
Windham first responders arrived at the scene of North Lowell Road between Jackman Ridge Road and Bedros Roads to find a black pickup truck that had crashed into the woods. The passenger side of the vehicle sustained heavy damage.
61-year-old Christopher MacDonald was identified as the driver. Ann MacDonald, 65, was in the passenger seat. Christopher MacDonald was transported to Parkland Medical and Ann MacDonald was taken to Lahey in Burlington via helicopter.
NEW IPSWICH, NH – Two people died after their car crashed on 1195 Turnpike Road at around 6 p.m. Saturday night, according to the Monadnock Ledger-Transcript.
New Ipswich police and medics arrived on the scene to find a 2004 Dodge Viper convertible crashed off the right shoulder of the highway. One of the car’s occupants was transported to Monadnock Community Hospital with life-threatening injuries, where he later died. The other occupant was dead at the scene.
Police are still investigating the cause of the accident, but believe speed was likely a factor.
CONCORD, NH – A head-on collision Tuesday night sent one person to the hospital while another was arrested by Concord Police, according to Patch.
The accident happened after 10 p.m. at North State Street. and Knight Street. Police closed North State St. for several hours to investigate. The driver responsible for the collision failed a sobriety test and was taken into custody. The driver of the other vehicle was transported to Concord Hospital with unknown injuries.
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NASHUA, NH – A 40-year-old man suffered serious injuries after crossing the centerline of West Hollis St. and crashing into a tree, according to Patch.
Authorities say the man was heading east on West Hollis St and, for unknown reasons, crossed into the westbound lane heading the wrong direction. Very soon after, he veered off the road and slammed into the tree.
The driver, who was the only person in the car, was taken to Southern New Hampshire Medical in serious condition but is expected to live.