Western New Hampshire: 24-Year-Old Killed, 3 Others Injured After Fatal Crash
According to authorities, a 24-year-old Massachusetts citizen was pronounced dead at the scene of a vehicle collision that occurred on Tuesday in New Hampshire near the state line with Vermont. A large number of additional people were also hurt as a result of the crash. A collision occurred on Road 119 in the Hinsdale neighborhood shortly before 6 o’clock in the evening. The Hinsdale police were allegedly already in the area looking into something unrelated when an officer observed a Volkswagen Jetta driving recklessly and quickly in the direction of westbound traffic, and the Jetta was heading in that direction.
According to the New Hampshire State Police, this information came from Hinsdale police. According to state troopers, the Jetta then allegedly kept driving in the opposite direction, crossed into the westbound lane, and slammed head-on with a Jeep. According to reports, two 21-year-old passengers in the VW Jetta were taken to the hospital with significant injuries that did not endanger their lives.
The injuries suffered by these people were not life-threatening. The injuries sustained by these people were not considered life-threatening. They also stated that a passenger named Richard Miner, 24, of Greenfield, Massachusetts, had been ejected from the vehicle and was certified dead at the scene of the collision. He was pronounced dead at the scene of the accident, according to authorities.
Meanwhile, the Jeep’s driver was taken to the hospital for treatment of what were thought to be minor injuries. The collision was determined to be the cause of these injuries. Because the investigation is not yet complete, Highway 119 was closed for over seven hours so that it could be carried out as efficiently as possible.