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UPDATE: Salem man faces DWI charge after Manchester crash
A press release said Troopers Mark Dore and Andrew Monaco were in the Interstate 293 area at 2:06 a.m. when a car passed both of them at a high rate of speed.
Both troopers were trying to catch up to the car when they saw it lose control and crash into another vehicle traveling in the right lane on I-93 near mile marker 17.6.
Police arrested Gregory Dawson, 27, of Salem and charged him with felony DWI.
Police said the passenger of the other car was ejected during the crash and taken to Elliot Hospital. Both Dawson and the driver of the other car were also taken to Elliot Hospital with what police said appeared to be non-life threatening injuries.
Police said the troopers and a "good Samaritan" treated the injured occupants of the other car.
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