Home » News » Public Safety
Motorcyclist injured in crash after police record him going 143 mph
The operator of the motorcycle, 47 year old Thomas W. Van Uden of Goffstown, was transported to Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center in Lebanon for treatment of serious injuries. His passenger, a 43 year old Manchester woman, was treated for serious injuries at Speare Memorial Hospital in Plymouth. (Courtesy)
SANBORNTON — A man was seriously injured Wednesday when his motorcycle rammed the rear end of a car after New Hampshire State Police clocked him doing 143 mph.
The accident happened shortly after 4 p.m. in the northbound lane of Interstate 93, according to a release.
According to state police, a trooper recorded Thomas W. Van Uden doing 143 mph as he sped by the cruiser on northbound I-93. After speeding out of the trooper's site, Van Uden and his passenger, a 43-year-old woman from Manchester, were injured when the motorcycle rammed into the back of a car, police said.
Van Uden was flown to Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in Lebanon. The passenger was treated for serious injuries at Speare Memorial Hospital in Plymouth, state police said.
READER COMMENTS: 0
- New Ipswich man burned in garage fire, flown to Boston - 0
- Two sustained minor injuries in Rochester crash Sunday - 0
- Boat crash in Tuftonboro investigated - 0
- Driving lesson turns into car accident in Laconia - 0
- Fire destroys vacant Berlin building - 0
- NY man stable after destroying classic Porsche 911 in Route 16 wreck - 3
- Investigators seek cause of Conn. train crash - 0
- Berlin man dies while kayaking - 0
- Man seriously hurt in North Country crash of 1967 Porsche - 0
READER COMMENTS: 0
- NHIAA boxscores, summaries for May 20, 2013 - 0
- Police say man held girlfriend in car, arrest him - 0
- Overtime puts stress on Nashua police budget - 0
- Manchester, church group seek accord on breakfast for homeless - 5
- Ky. Sen. Rand Paul to NH GOP: Let's look like America - 6
- Man gunned down on Manchester street was talented graffiti artist - 8
- Experts weigh in on UNH logo designs - 4
- Two had a NH history before brutal Bedford attack - 3
- Derry marks a soldier's death - 1
Texting + driving = deadly consequences
Experts weigh in on UNH logo designs
Derry marks a soldier's death
Bedford's Shapiro hits lacrosse milestone
Memorial Day Observances 2013