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Littleton woman killed in Connecticut head-on collision

May 29. 2018 3:44AM

MERIDEN, Conn. — A New Hampshire woman was killed when a car she was a passenger in was struck head-on by a car that went airborne and crossed the median late Saturday night, Connecticut State Police said.

Sally A. Mosher, 57, of Littleton, N.H., was pronounced dead at the scene on Route 15 in Meriden, about 20 miles southeast of Hartford, according to Connecticut State Police.

Mosher and three others from New Hampshire were northbound on Route 15 in a Chevrolet Equinox around 11:30 p.m. Saturday, Connecticut State Police said.

A Honda Civic headed in the opposite direction ran off the left side of the highway, struck the curb and continued over the metal guardrail separating the travel lanes, according to the accident report.

Mosher was sitting in the back on the passenger’s side. Three other people in the Equinox were taken to local hospitals with minor injuries, police said.

David Perez Jr., 21, of Bridgeport, Conn., who was driving the Civic, needed to be extricated from his vehicle, police said.

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