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Mass. Teen Seriously Injured in NH 3-Car Crash

The crash occured at Main Street and Geremonty Street



    Mass. Teen Seriously Injured in NH 3-Car Crash
    Salem NH Police

    A Massachusetts teen was seriously injured Friday morning in a three-car crash in Salem, New Hampshire.

    Police say 19-year-old Merrimac resident Shamus Mitchell's Nissan Pathfinder crossed onto the wrong side of Main Street and hit an Infiniti driven by 21-year-old Adriana Lonardo of Salem, New Hampshire, and a Dodge Ram driven by 49-year-old William Poirier of Pelham.

    All three people were transported to Massachusetts hospitals. Mitchell was taken to Lawrence General Hospital with serious but non-life-threatening injuries. Lonardo and Poirier were both treated for minor injuries and released from Holy Family Hospital in Methuen.

    Officials closed the road for several hours.

    Police are working to determine the cause of the crash. Anyone with information is asked to call (603) 893-1911.

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