Dover, New Hampshire Accident Sends Two Men to Boston Hospitals

February 14, 2010 – Two men, ages 19 and 32, suffered serious personal injuries when they were ejected from their vehicle after it collided with several trees on Wednesday at around 4:50 p.m. The men were traveling east on Tolend Road in Dover, New Hampshire, just past the Barrington town line. Apparently, their car crossed over into the westbound lane before crashing into the tree line on the side of the road.

The identities of the two men have yet to be released, but police believe they both live locally and may be from Barrington. The vehicle was severely damaged and the two men were transported to Boston hospitals.

The Dover Police Department believe that speed and alcohol were factors in the crash but the accident remains under investigation in conjunction with the Stafford County Technical Accident Reconstruction Team.


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