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Police: Speeding, reckless driving blamed for fatal I-93 crash in Salem
Emergency crews were summoned to the scene, near Exit 1 on Interstate 93 south around 7:30 p.m. Monday.
Salem police and fire crews, along with Massachusetts State Police and the state Department of Transportation assisted at the scene, shutting down two of the highway's southbound travel lanes for a couple of hours following the crash.
The accident remains under investigation. Anyone who witnessed the crash is encouraged to contact Trooper Sean Harrington at the N.H. State Police — Troop B barracks at 666-3333.
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