According to a recent article in New Hampshire’s Union Leader, a Manchester man crashed his white, two-door Chevrolet car into the home of a local resident. Though the driver initially declined medical attention, he later complained of dizziness and aches and pains and was taken to the Elliot Hospital. He was released the same day. The New Hampshire automobile accident resulted in no casualties or serious injuries.
The man claimed that his vehicle was broadsided by a Chevrolet Blazer driven by a woman and resident of Manchester. The man’s claim insists that the woman ran a stop sign, consequently hitting his vehicle and causing him to crash through the white picket fence and just barely avoid crashing into the home’s dining room windows.
The female driver, who was traveling north on B Street, told police that the male driver peeled out, causing her to inadvertently hit the side of his vehicle as he attempted to intersect in front of her vehicle. The woman had just dropped her children off at daycare and was on her way to work.
Police are investigating to determine who was actually at fault during the New Hampshire automobile accident, as the conflicting stories of both drivers have done little to shed light on the actual events of what transpired.
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