Vehicle Fled Bedford Police, Crashes In Manchester On Second Street
Bedford Police and New Hampshire State Police attempted to stop a vehicle in the area of the Manchester and Bedford town line on Thursday evening.
The vehicle reportedly fled from officers who were attempting to stop the vehicle and traveled in the direction of Manchester.
Bedford and State Police discontinued following the vehicle and relayed the description to area towns and cities of a black SUV with temporary plates.
At 11:08 p.m. calls came into 911 for a multi-vehicle crash in the area of 140 Second Street. Manchester Police, Fire, and AMR ambulance responded to the report of the crash and that the driver was unresponsive.
When responders arrived they found a black SUV with temporary plates that had crashed into a fence and several cars parked in a parking lot. The impact pushed three vehicles into each other and the driver was removed from the vehicle by police and firefighters.
The driver was given Narcan, and oxygen and became responsive, and was brought to the waiting ambulance on a stretcher. While in the ambulance officers were summoned as the man appeared to become combative with medics.
Witnesses say the man approached the area at a high speed and was driving with the headlights off.
The accident is being investigated by Manchester Police, and Bedford Police left the scene following the ambulance to the hospital.
At this time it is unknown if the driver is facing any charges.
Additional details will be published if they become available from either Manchester or Bedford Police.
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