Rescue crews tend to several storm-related accidents, including Lebanon rollover

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Friday's first-of-the-season snowstorm led to several accidents around the Northern Seacoast, but none that appeared to result in injury.

The driving worsened in the afternoon as a sheet of ice froze the top of snow-packed secondary roads.

The most serious may have been a rollover on Prospect Hill Road in Lebanon, Maine, that occurred around 3 p.m.

When Lebanon Fire and EMS crews arrived they found a Subaru on its roof in the area of 174 Prospect Hill Road and the driver uninjured outside the vehicle.

Lebanon Dep. Chief JT Harmon said the Subaru was headed southbound toward Orrill's Hill when the rollover occurred.

Two other storm-related accidents in Lebanon included one in the 500 block of Shapleigh Road in which a car snapped a utility pole then left the scene; and on Route 202 in the area of Center Road in which a car slid off the road. There were no injuries in either accident.

Meanwhile in Rochester, Fire and Rescue responded to accidents in Gonic and on the Spaulding Turnpike, neither of which involved injury, Rochester Fire said today.

Milton Fire and Rescue was not immediately available today for a report on accidents there.

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