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Two injured in I-93 crash near Londonderry line
MANCHESTER - A man and woman were taken to the Elliot Hospital Wednesday after a collision on Interstate 93 at the Londonderry town line.
According to a state police press release, a 1997 GMC Yukon and a 1997 Hyundai sedan collided about 7:40 p.m., injuring a 19-year-old woman and a 21-year-old man.
A third person was involved but was not injured.
Police said a preliminary investigation revealed the two vehicles collided, sending the Yukon rolling over into the center median. Interstate 93 remained open but was restricted to one lane while the crash was investigated.
Troopers were assisted by Manchester and Londonderry fire departments as well as personnel from the state Department of Transportation.
Anyone with information about the crash is asked to call Trooper Jeffrey Tenczar at Troop B in Bedford at 666-3333.
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