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BERLIN, NH – A 29-year-old man was injured after he crashed a rented UTV (utility terrain vehicle) into a bridge abutment on Presidential Range Trail.

According to CBSN Boston, the man crashed because a cloud of dust created by riders in front of him impaired his vision, causing him to lose sight of the road. The unidentified man sustained injuries on his upper body, and the UTV was heavily damaged. He was taken to an area hospital in Gorham.

If you were injured in an accident and someone else is to blame, you may be entitled to compensation. Call the New Hampshire personal injury attorneys at Kenison Law Office, PLLC to discuss how much your case might be worth. We can help you win the compensation you need to get your life back on track. Our number is (603) 471-3550, and we can also be reached online via our contact form.

MANCHESTER, NH – A 25-year-old man struck two pedestrians in downtown Manchester last Thursday, seriously injuring one of them, according to My Champlain Valley.

Police took Gabriel Camilo Baptiste, 25, into custody after he hit a 52-year-old man and a 42-year-old woman, whose names have not been released. The man suffered serious injuries and is currently in an unknown condition.

Baptiste was charged with driving while being a habitual offender.

GILFORD, NH – A 78-year-old man was injured Sunday when his plane’s engine stopped working 1,000 feet above Lake Winnipesaukee.

The pilot, David Grapes, was transported to Lakes Region General Hospital in Laconia with non-life-threatening injuries. Grapes’ plane crashed into the Lake and he was picked up by a passing boat near Grouse Point in Meredith Bay, according to Patch.

The plane sunk some 65 feet into the lake after crashing. Authorities are still investigating the details of the crash.

WINCHESTER, NH – A Boston man was seriously injured on the afternoon of June 30th when he lost control of his ATV and crashed on Old Chesterfield Road.

According to Patch, the Winchester Fire and Winchester Police responded to a call from Keene Mutual Aid around 4 p.m. on Tuesday, June 30th.

New Hampshire Fish and Game conservation officers investigated the accident and concluded that Moises Baez was operating his ATV at an unsafe speed when he lost control and veered off the path. Officials reported that the ATV traveled more than 30 feet before stopping.

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