MILFORD, NH – One person is dead and three were injured in a Dec. 12 crash on Route 101 in Milford.
At approximately 7:15 p.m., Milford Police, Milford Fire, along with Milford and Wilton Ambulance Services responded to a three-car motor vehicle crash involving a 2008 Volkswagen Jetta, 2015 Subaru Crosstrek and a 2015 Ford Fiesta on Route 101 between the Osgood Road and Perry Road overpasses.
This area of Route 101 is straight and level.
Preliminary investigation shows that the Volkswagen was traveling west. The Subaru was also traveling west and the Ford was traveling east. Two male juveniles were traveling in the vehicle and their names will not be released. They were transported to the hospital in Nashua, and at this point believed to have minor injuries.
The Subaru was operated by 57-year-old Cheryl Ferrell of Wilton, who was pronounced dead at the scene.
The Ford was operated by 23-year-old Andrew Dwyer of Nashua. He was also transported to the hospital in Nashua, and believed to have minor injuries.
Rt. 101 was closed for approximately six hours while the Milford Technical Accident Reconstruction team investigated the crash. It does appear that speed was a factor in this crash.
The Milford police are asking that if there are any witness or any member of the public that has information regarding this crash please contact Detective Sgt. Andrew Fowle of the Milford Police Department.
Three people were injured and one person pronounced dead at the scene of a crash on Route 101 in MIlford Wednesday night.
At approximately 7:15 pm Milford police, fire and EMS responded to a three-car accident on Route 101 near the intersection of Perry Road. On arrival first-responders found a Volkswagen, a Ford Fiesta and a Subaru involved in the crash.
According to Milford police Captain Craig Frye one person was pronounced dead at the scene, and three others were injured. The Volkswagen was traveling west and was passing a vehicle when it struck the Subaru, which was traveling east. The Ford Fiesta was involved when it attempted to avoid the accident, Frye said.
Milford Police said based on information they have gathered the Volkswagen was passing in both no-passing and passing areas of 101.
As a result of the crash, Route 101 was closed for several hours as the Milford Technical Accident Reconstruction team investigated. Milford Police advised the next of kin was being notified.
The accident remains under investigation.
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