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4-car crash on I-95 S in NH leaves 3 injured, Maine man arrested for impaired driving

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Police say a car veered off I-95 north and crossed the median, hitting an oncoming car before spinning and hitting two others.

A four-car crash on I-95 south in New Hampshire injured three people Saturday night. New Hampshire State Police

A Maine man faces DUI and other charges after allegedly causing a four-car accident on I-95 south in New Hampshire.

The crash happened shortly before 9:15 p.m. Saturday in North Hampton when a Subaru Outback driven by Douglas McKay, a 50-year-old Cape Neddick resident, veered off of I-95 north and the median onto I -95 South, State Police said in a press release.

Once on I-95 south, the Outback struck an oncoming Honda Civic being driven by Salem, Mass., 24-year-old resident Sienna Waite, according to the release. While turning, the two cars collided with a Nissan Rogue driven by Amanda Porter, a 45-year-old Amesbury resident, and a Mini Cooper driven by Ethan Jury, 34, of Philadelphia.

First responders took McKay and a passenger in Waite’s car to the hospital with serious but not life-threatening injuries, the statement said. They also took Waite to hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.

Police said they are still investigating why the Outback veered off the road, but charged McKay with felony and misdemeanor DUI, reckless driving and assault while driving a vehicle.

Police arrested McKay at the hospital, but released him on personal bond at the hospital for further treatment, the statement said. He will appear in Rockingham District Court at a later date.

Police closed all but the I-95 south recovery lane for two and a half hours after the accident to facilitate necessary medical intervention and clear up the extensive debris.

State police are still investigating the crash. Anyone with information about the accident is asked to contact them at (603) 223-4381 or email Trooper Stephen Galvin at [email protected]


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