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Drivers recovering after Epping crash
Megan Barnes, 23, of Epping, remained in serious condition Friday afternoon while the second driver, Loretta Gynan, 26, of Nottingham, was listed in good condition, according to a spokesman at Boston Medical Center.
Police continue to investigate the cause of the crash, but said it appears that Barnes was traveling west in a 2010 Toyota Corolla and collided with Gynan's 2010 Mazda 6 heading south on Route 125.
Given the extent of their injuries, both women were flown by separate medical helicopters to Boston Medical Center.
No charges have been filed.
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