Greenville crash leaves three injured, prompts multi-agency response

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GREENVILLE — A late-night motor vehicle accident on Turnpike Road led to a significant emergency response effort as three individuals were injured, with one requiring airlift to a hospital.

At approximately 11:45 p.m. last night, Greenville Fire Department responded to a report of a crash with entrapment.

Upon arrival, they found that one patient had managed to self-extricate, while two others were trapped inside the vehicle.

Rescuers worked swiftly to free the pinned individuals.

Two of the patients were transported by ambulance to nearby hospitals, while the third, who sustained more serious injuries, was taken by UMass Memorial LifeFlight helicopter to receive urgent care.

The multi-agency operation saw assistance from New Ipswich Fire Department, Souhegan Valley Ambulance, paramedics from Peterborough Fire & Rescue, New Hampshire State Police, and Kent’s Towing and Recovery.

An additional crew from New Ipswich Fire was dispatched to set up a landing zone for the helicopter.

Officials expressed gratitude to the Hillsborough County NH Sheriff’s Office dispatchers and all mutual aid partners involved.

Their seamless collaboration was highlighted as crucial in providing top-notch service to the patients during the critical incident.

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