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Police cite unreasonable speed and alcohol in Seabrook crash that killed two
Killed were Colin Ross, 23, of Hampton Falls, and his passenger, Stacy Walsh, 22, of West Newbury, Mass.
Police said it appears that Ross was driving north in a 2002 Honda Accord when he lost control, struck a parked vehicle then a utility pole on Causeway Street, police said.
The crash, reported to state police at 4:39 a.m., caused extensive damage to the car, authorities said.
Any witnesses to the driver's behavior before the crash or anyone who may have further information related to the crash can contact Trooper Anthony Cattabriga at 223-8490 or email at Anthony.Cattabriga@dos.nh.gov.
The Seabrook Police Department and Seabrook Fire and Rescue assisted at the scene.
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