Single-vehicle crash leaves driver seriously injured on Route 101 in Raymond

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RAYMOND — A Candia man suffered life-threatening injuries in a single-vehicle crash on Route 101 early Friday morning.

Alex J. Sitton, 34, was partially ejected from his 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee after it veered off the Exit 5 offramp on Route 101 eastbound at 3:28 a.m., according to New Hampshire State Police.

Troopers found the vehicle several hundred feet into a wooded area between the offramp and Route 101.

Sitton, the sole occupant, was seriously injured.

Emergency responders provided immediate aid before transporting him to a local hospital.

The preliminary investigation suggests Sitton lost control of the Jeep for reasons still under investigation.

The vehicle left the left side of the road, struck multiple trees, and overturned before coming to rest on its roof.

The Exit 5 offramp was closed for approximately four and a half hours, reopening at 7:59 a.m., as authorities investigated and cleared the scene.

Multiple agencies assisted at the crash site, including Raymond Police and Fire Departments, Epping Fire Department, Exeter Hospital’s Advanced Life Support Unit, New Hampshire Department of Transportation, and New England Truck Center.

State Police are continuing to investigate all aspects of the crash.

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