A Rochester man who despatched two individuals to Seacoast hospitals after two crashes Tuesday evening is prone to face felony fees, police mentioned.
Rescue staff had been referred to as to the situation of the primary crash close to the Shell gasoline station on Washington Road at 9:30 p.m. to report an damage and doable entrapment.
It was additionally reported that one of many automobiles concerned fled the scene after the crash of the Hyundai Elantra operated by Donna Malone, 66, of Rochester.
Malone’s passenger was transported to the Frisbie Memorial Hospital in Rochester.
Whereas crews had been responding to the Washington Road crash, a frontal crash was reported close to Brock Road close to the Holy Rosary Credit score Union.
Ambulances from Dover and Farmington had been referred to as in to assist.
Police imagine Lawrence Douglas, 42, was driving the Toyota Camry he was in on Brock Road at excessive velocity earlier than crossing the yellow line and hitting a black Jeep Patriot head-on.
The Patriot was pushed by Reginald Trefethen, 46, from Rochester.
Each males needed to be free of their automobiles and suffered critical, non-life-threatening accidents.
Douglas was transported to Portsmouth Regional Hospital with critical accidents, whereas Trefethen was transported to Wentworth Douglas Hospital in Dover with critical accidents, in accordance with police.
A police officer confirmed Wednesday afternoon that their investigation into the reason for the accident is prone to result in fees.
Within the occasion of an arrest, the police will present additional data.
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