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    Woman Seriously Injured in Crash

    Police in Derry, New Hampshire, are investigating a crash that injured two people, one seriously.

    The Derry Fire Department witnessed the collision between a 2015 Kia Soul and 2008 Toyota Camry in front of their fire station at the intersection of Bypass 28 and English Range Road.

    Police say the driver of the Kia, 62-year-old Rosemary Robertson, of Somerville, Massachusetts, was taken by MedFlight to Tufts Medical Center in Boston. She suffered life-threatening injuries in the crash and is reportedly in critical condition.

    The driver of the Camry, 48-year-old Kate Leach, of Derry, was taken to Parkland Medical Center with minor injuries.

    Police say it appears Robertson did not stop at the stop sign at the intersection of the Route 28 Bypass.

    The crash remains under investigation. 

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