Sinkhole on I-93
A 20-foot sinkhole opened around noon on Wednesday, closing northbound lanes of I-93 just south of Concord. The hole is suspected to have been caused by massive rainfall on Tuesday evening. Crews worked diligently to patch the hole and were able to open all lanes late last night. No injuries were reported due to the sinkhole, but one irate motorist was arrested for DUI during the delays.
Is a sinkhole an act of nature or the result of inadequate road maintenance? This is an important question to consider if you or a loved one are ever injured in an accident involving this type of road hazard – and one the experienced New Hampshire car accident attorneys at Van Dorn & Curtiss can help you answer. Proper compensation relies on the identification of a liable party. We are here to investigate your case, establish liability, and help you secure the full compensation you are due.
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