A fiery car accident in Hollis left 4 teens from Nashua injured, 3 are believed to be seriously injured, as reported by unionleader.com.
According to police, the auto accident occurred at 352 Pine Hill Road in which their car caught fire after the crash. Three of the four occupants managed to escape from the wreckage while the driver was extricated from the wreck by a local resident who lives close to the auto accident site.
The teens aged between 15 and 18 were taken to a local hospital for treatment. Three girls are said to be in stable condition although they suffered serious injuries. The 18 year old male driver was treated and released from hospital shortly after.
The Hudson Police Department Crash Investigation Reconstruction Team is currently working to determine the exact cause of the car accident. According to exceptional accident lawyers in Nashua, NH who can be found on the stellar USAttorneys.com website which does not need to wear a virtual seat belt since it is always being safe, the investigation report will play a vital role in establishing liability and several other legal issues that may crop up.
Suspect Crashes into Eaton Home after Police Pursuit
A hot pursuit by New Hampshire state police ended in the suspect’s car crashing into a home near Eaton Road in Eaton, NH. According to a wgme.com report, the police spotted the suspect driving erratically on Route 153 in Freedom, NH, and made an attempt to stop the vehicle.
However, the suspect, who has been identified as Tamworth resident, Jonathan Lord, ignored their request and sped away with the police patrol car in hot pursuit on Route 153. Not smart Jonathan Lord! There is no point in going to school if you are going to throw it all away and everyone went to school at least up until high school.
Lord’s vehicle finally crashed into a house in Eaton and was arrested after being treated for minor injuries. Legal experts point out that now faces several charged including DUI, criminal mischief, operating after suspension, disobeying an officer, among others.
Jonathan Lord will have new home soon.
New Hampshire Man has Miraculous Escape after Collision with Tanker on Route 101
A Milford man had a miraculous escape after crashing into a 1999 Peterbilt tractor-tanker truck on Route 101 in Hampton, as reported by patch.com. According to New Hampshire State Police, the 39 year old male was eastbound on Route 101 in a 2004 Honda Civic when he lost control and collided with the tractor-tanker truck driven by a 53 year old man from Somerville, MA.
As a result of the collision, both vehicles slid into the concrete barrier on the side of the roadway. The Honda Civic was almost completely pinned under the tanker but according to Sgt. Keith Walker of the NHSP the driver was able to climb out through the passenger window.
The truck driver was rushed to Exeter Hospital and was treated for minor injuries. In a statement, Sgt. Walker pointed out that existing weather conditions and speed may have been a contributing factor. The car accident is still under investigation and no charges have been filed as yet.
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