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MANCHESTER, NH – A car crashed into a home late last Thursday night, nearly hitting a woman who was watching TV inside.

Officials said the 29-year-old driver was heading down Wellington Road when they swerved off the road, hitting a utility pole before crashing into a Currier Drive home’s living room.

The homeowner was inside at the time but only suffered minor injuries, according to WMUR News.

CHICHESTER, NH – A Ford pickup truck struck a utility pole and rolled over on Route 4 and King Road on Friday.

According to Patch, the accident occurred around 5:50 p.m. The pickup had Massachusetts plates, and no other vehicles are thought to be involved.

First responders blocked Dover Road, and Chichester Fire Department requested additional personnel to assist.

PELHAM, NH – A Pelham man is in the hospital after crashing his car into a tree Saturday night.

According to CBS Boston, police and firefighters were called to a fiery car crash on Spring Street around 8 p.m. Saturday night.

First responders found the driver a few feet away from the fiery car and transported him to Holy Family Hospital for treatment, where he remains in serious condition.

BOW, NH – A major crash on River Road and Route 3A, near the Hooksett town line, is being investigated by local police.

According to an article from Patch, the accident occurred sometime on Monday and involved a Ford Focus and a truck.

Victims of the crash were transported to Concord Hospital, but there is no update on their condition.

MANCHESTER, NH – Just before 3:00 a.m. early Sunday morning, Manchester police attempted to stop the driver of a 2010 BMW who was speeding down Bridge Street.

According to Ink Link, the driver refused to pull over for the officers and led them on a chase north on Pine St. and then east on Pearl St.

Police suspended the chase because the BMW driver was driving recklessly and disregarding traffic lights. Police soon after located the vehicle, which had crashed into a home and utility pole at Pearl and Belmont St. and was now on fire.

NORTH HAMPTON, NH – The teenager responsible for a two-vehicle crash and five hospitalizations has been charged with aggravated DWI, the Portsmouth Herald reports.

The collision occurred on Ocean Boulevard in North Hampton at about 3:30 p.m. on Friday, June 12, when a Honda Civic driven by 19-year-old Alexandra Espinola crashed into a Toyota Highlander. Both Espinola and the 43-year-old driver of the Highlander had to be extracted from their vehicles, and were taken to Portsmouth Regional Hospital for treatment. Espinola’s three teenage passengers were also taken to the facility by ambulance.

An adult female and two juvenile passengers from the Highlander were treated at the scene.

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