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State Sen. Fuller Clark: I’m off the road, for now
“She has no plans on driving until she gets to the bottom of the medical issue,” Sanders said. Eleven years ago, Fuller Clark said she had been diagnosed with sleep apnea, after being videotaped sleeping while debate took place on the floor of the New Hampshire House.
Police can ask for an administrative review of a license following a serious accident or for medical reasons.
Sanders said Fuller Clark and her husband regret the accident and the injuries to Dow.
In the earlier accident, Fuller Clark’s car jumped a median curb and hit a stay-right sign, Warchol said. That accident took place Sept. 8 on Greenland Road. No ticket was issued, and no other person or vehicle were involved, police said.
Warchol said the Friday accident took place after dark. Dow was treated and released from a local hospital. The Fuller Clark automobile, a 2010 Audi, was driven away after the accident.
Fuller Clark is a member of the Democratic National Committee, according to the state Democratic Party website.
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