Driver flees after rollover crash in Nashua, later found injured

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NASHUA — A driver who left the scene of a rollover crash was later found injured on April 2, according to New Hampshire State Police.

At around 8:50 a.m., State Troopers from the Troop B barracks were called to a motor vehicle accident along the exit 2 southbound offramp of the F.E. Everett Turnpike.

Upon arrival, they discovered a black 2013 Honda Civic on a rock embankment.

The investigation revealed that the Honda was traveling at a high speed on the turnpike’s northbound offramp before it veered off the road, went through a wooded area, and overturned.

The driver had fled before the troopers arrived.

Authorities later located the suspected driver at a Hudson address, suffering from injuries that appeared to be related to the crash.

The individual was taken to a local hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.

Currently, the driver’s identity has not been released as the investigation is still ongoing.

State Police are urging any witnesses or individuals with additional information to contact Trooper Brian Knell at (603) 451-9777.

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