Two local men seriously injured in Rochester rollover

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Debris litters the road at the scene of a Rochester Hill Road rollover Sunday night. (Rochester Police photo)

ROCHESTER - Two young men were seriously injured Sunday night when their vehicle went into a "tumbling" rollover on Rochester Hill Road.

The accident occurred around 11:30 p.m. in the area of 314 Rochester Hill Road near Profile Apartments where police say the two were both ejected when their 2013 Nissan Altima rolled over several times.

After a brief investigation it was determined the Nissan was traveling south on Rochester Hill Road when it crossed the centerline, and when the operator attempted to correct the error the vehicle went into a "tumbling roll" finally landing on its side, police said in an early morning press release.

Both occupants sustained serious injuries and were taken to area hospitals, one to Wentworth Douglass Hospital and one to Portsmouth Regional Hospital.

The two are identified as Johnny Robles, 21, of Somersworth, and Ethan Seavey, 19, of Rochester

The Strafford County Accident Reconstruction Team responded to the accident and the roadway was closed for about six hours. This accident is still being investigated and charges are unknown at this time.

Police did not immediately disclose any possible factors in the crash.

The Rochester Police are asking anyone who may have information about this accident that could assist with the investigation or any other information, to call Officer Mathew Bailey at the Rochester Police Department at 330-7128. You can also provide information and remain anonymous by calling the Rochester Crime Line at 335-6500 or Text to: CRIMES (274637) Body of Text: TEXT4CASH + your tip. Cash rewards are offered for information that leads to an arrest.

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