Good Samaritans pull driver from burning automobile on Everett Turnpike in New Hampshire

MERRIMACK, N.H. – Good Samaritans pulled a person from a automobile that was engulfed in flames following a single-car crash on the Everett Turnpike in New Hampshire.

It occurred round 9 p.m. on the southbound facet of the highway in Merrimack.

New Hampshire State Police arrived and located the 2013 Nissan GTR was closely broken and absolutely engulfed in flames. The motive force had been pulled from his burning automobile by different drivers who had been within the space on the time of the crash.

A automobile concerned in a severe crash on the Everett Turnpike in Merrimack, N.H.

New Hampshire State Police

The automobile, pushed by a 39-year-old Nashua man, was the one automobile concerned. 

State Police mentioned the driving force was taken to Elliot Hospital in Manchester, then flown to Brigham and Girls’s Hospital in Boston with life-threatening accidents.

Site visitors was impacted following the crash for about two hours.

Police mentioned pace seems to have been an element within the crash. 

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