Windham Car Accident Leaves 3 Injured
A Windham car accident involving a single-vehicle leaves three people injured after they were ejected from their vehicle. The incident took place at approximately 6:30 PM on Tuesday evening, April 20, 2010, along Interstate 93.
According to New Hampshire State Police Sgt. Lawrence Bolduc, the driver of a Chevrolet Cobalt was driving erratically along I-93 and lost control of the vehicle and then slammed into an embankment. All three occupants were ejected from the vehicle.
The driver has been identified as Gregory Sallah, 46, of Manchester. Rescue crews transported Sallah and passenger, Aaron Nouncy, 38, also of Manchester, to a nearby hospital where they were treated for injuries sustained in the accident. Their injuries have been described as non-life threatening.
The third victim, Amanda Johnson, did not fare so well. Rescue crews found her body lying in the middle of the highway when they arrived on the scene. She was taken to Parkland Medical Center before finally being airlifted to Boston Medical Center. Johnson has been listed in critical condition.
The Windham accident is still under investigation by local authorities. The exact cause of the accident is unknown at this time.
This has to be a tough time for all of the victims and their families. We would like to wish them a speedy recovery.