Dublin police probe crash involving impaired driver, woman critically injured

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DUBLIN –– A single-vehicle crash left a New Hampshire woman in critical condition and police suspect driver impairment played a role, the Dublin Police Department said Monday.

The accident took place around 4:22 p.m. Sunday on Route 101 near Chesham Road.

Responding officers found a 2009 Honda Civic rolled onto its side with its driver, identified as Sarah Clark, 35, of Hillsborough, New Hampshire, entrapped and partially ejected from the vehicle, according to a press release from Dublin Police Chief Timothy J. Suokko.

Fire rescue and medical personnel responded to the scene and requested assistance from the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Advanced Response Team (DHART).

After being extricated from the vehicle, Clark was airlifted to Elliot Hospital in Manchester with serious injuries. She was later transferred to Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston where she remains in critical condition.

The preliminary investigation indicates that driver impairment may have been a contributing factor in the crash.

Charges are pending as the Dublin Police Department continues its investigation.

Master Patrolman Brandon Blair is leading the investigation. Anyone with information related to the crash is encouraged to contact him at (603) 563-8411.

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