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Rindge man injured in single-vehicle accident
Jaffrey and Rindge police responded around 10:25 a.m. for a reported crash near the Annett Road intersection.
Jaffrey-Rindge Ambulance, Jaffrey Fire/Rescue and Rindge Fire/Rescue also responded to the crash.
The preliminary investigation indicates the 2001 Honda Civic Ireland was driving was headed east on Squantum Road in the area of the intersection with Prescott Road when it crossed over into the westbound travel lane then continued north, going off the shoulder of the roadway, Oswalt said in the press release.
The car continued to travel east, climbing a small embankment on the side of the road before traveling back toward the road and coming to rest on its wheels just off the north side of the road.
Ireland was treated at the scene by emergency personnel before being taken to Monadnock Community Hospital in Peterborough by ambulance.
The cause of the accident is under investigation, however, witness statements indicate excessive speed was a factor, Oswalt said.
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