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Three hurt in Rochester crash
Nicole Kinneavy, 30, of 42 Partridge Green Apartments, Rochester, was charged for failing to obey a traffic control device after she didn’t obey a stop sign at the intersection of Dry Hill Road and Washington Street around 3:45 p.m., police said.
While crossing Washington Street, Kinneavy’s van was struck by a Harley Davidson motorcycle, driven by David McComb, 52, of 38 Tioga Street, Belmont, and then struck a second motorcycle traveling with him. The second Harley Davidson motorcycle was driven by Peter McKinnon, of 41 Thorndike St., Concord. McKinnon’s age wasn’t given.
David McComb and his passenger, Terry McComb, were thrown from their motorcycle and received non-life-threatening injuries. David McComb was airlifted to a Maine hospital for treatment.
Terry McComb was taken to Frisbie Memorial Hospital for her injuries.
McKinnon was able to bring his motorcycle to a controlled stop. He drove himself to Frisbie Memorial Hospital to be treated for non-life-threatening injuries.
Traveling in Kinneavy’s vehicle were two children, age 4 and 16, who weren’t injured.
None of the motorcycle riders or passengers were wearing helmets. Washington Street was reduced to one lane for about an hour.
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