MILFORD, NH — A tractor-trailer jackknife accident sent three individuals to the hospital in Milford, New Hampshire on Monday, August 11th, 2014, according to the article about the accident from the New Haven Register.
Police think that Marco Francia was one of three people injured when the a tractor-trailer collided with the vehicle he was a passenger in, before the vehicle spun and the tractor-trailer Jackknifed while driving on Interstate 95 on Monday afternoon.
Scene of the Accident
According to the news report, Marco Francia and the driver of the vehicle he was in, identified as Maryann Porcadilla were taken to a nearby hospital along with the driver of the tractor-trailer, Santos Navarro.
State Police were working with local authorities on determining the cause of the accident, and expect to release more information soon.
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