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Man, 41, dies when car hits pole in front of Nashua Library
NASHUA — Local authorities are dealing with a second fatal crash this week in Nashua.
Ian Creeden, 41, died after his 1990 Acura Integra struck a utility pole around 7:40 a.m. Wednesday along Court Street near the Nashua Public Library.
Police said Creeden’s vehicle sustained heavy front-end damage, and Court Street was closed while authorities investigated.
Creeden, of Nashua, was transported to Southern New Hampshire Medical Center where he was pronounced dead, according to police.
The Nashua Police Department’s Accident Reconstruction Team is investigating the accident.
“The initial investigation indicated that speed and icy road conditions may have been factors in the crash,” police said in a statement.
The Court Street accident is the second fatal motor-vehicle crash in the city this week. On Monday, Cameron Ricard, 17, of Hollis, died when his pickup truck rolled over on the Exit 1A ramp. That accident is still under investigation by state police.
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