Rochester woman seriously hurt in three-car collison

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The most seriously injured motorist was a Rochester woman headed eastbound in a Hyundai. (Rochester Police photos)

ROCHESTER - Three motorists were injured and a dog had to be euthanized in a three-car crash that occurred on Farmington Road near the Farmington town line this morning.

Police and EMS responded around 7:35 a.m. to the three-way collision in the area of 184 Farmington Road where an initial investigation revealed that a 2007 Ford Fusion, driven by 29-year-old Danielle M. Gricci of East Wakefield, was traveling westbound preparing to stop for a left hand turn when she was struck from behind by a 2014 Hino box truck, driven by David M. Paskell, 55, of Weare. The impact pushed Gricci's vehicle into the eastbound lane where it struck a 2012 Hyundai Sonata driven by 27-year-old Heather A. Mills of Rochester.

The driver of the Hino Box truck sustained nonlife-threatening injuries.

Mills was transported to Portsmouth Regional Hospital via Frisbie EMS with serious injuries, while Gricci and Paskell were transported to Frisbie Memorial Hospital for what were described as nonlife-threatening injuries.

Gricci was transporting a dog which later had to be put down due to their injuries.

The Strafford County Regional Accident Reconstruction Team responded to the scene to assist with the investigation.

Farmington Road had to be shut down, and remained closed until just after noon.

Assisting Rochester Police during this incident werer Farmington Police and NHSP Troop-G.

The accident remains under investigation.

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