Greenland Car Accident Leaves Woman Dead
A Greenland car accident involving two cars leaves a woman dead after the two vehicles collide in snowy conditions. The incident took place at approximately 11:00 PM on Friday evening, February 26, 2010, along Interstate 95.
According to State Police, Mary Dunkelry, 60, of Portland, Maine, was traveling northbound along Interstate 95 when she lost control of her vehicle on the snow-covered interstate. Dunkelry skidded out of control and crossed into the path and slammed into a second vehicle driven by Steven Reed, 41, of Stratham.
Dunkerly was pronounced dead from injuries sustained in the late night wreck. Rescue crews transported Reed to Portsmouth Regional Hospital. He was later released, apparently not suffering any injuries.
The fatal two-vehicle car accident is still under investigation by State Police. The cause of the accident was not disclosed, however, police have reported that both victims were wearing seatbelts at the time of the crash.
Anyone with any information relating to the accident has been asked to contact Trooper Nicholas P. Cyr at (603) 556-4148.
Dealing with an auto accident fatality can be difficult. This is an unfortunate accident and we would like to extend our condolences to all of those that have been affected by this tragedy. We would also like to wish Mr. Reed a speedy recovery.