1 Dead, 1 Injured in Camper Crash on I-95 in N.H.

The accident caused significant delays

Dennis Johnson

One person is dead after a single-vehicle accident involving a pickup truck hauling a camper on Interstate 95 in New Hampshire on Thursday morning.

The accident occurred around 9:30 a.m. on I-95 in Hampton Falls. A pickup truck hauling a camper crashed into the median between mile markers 2 and 3, according to Lt. Jerome Maslan of New Hampshire State Police.

Fatal Crash on I-95

Preliminary investigation revealed that the 2008 GMC Sierra pickkup truck driven by Daniel K. Alexander, 71, of Farmingdale, Maine, was traveling south on I-95 when it went off the highway and crashed. It isn't known what caused the vehicle to leave the road.

Alexander and a passenger, Sandra Alexandra, 69, also of Farmingdale, were taken to Portsmouth Regional Hospital. Alexander was pronounced dead at the hospital, and Alexandra was treated for non-life-threatening injuries.

Two lanes of I-95 north were closed for about 35 minutes, and one lane of I-95 south was closed for about three hours while state police troopers conducted their investigation and the vehicle was removed.

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