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Nashua father indicted for negligent homicide in February crash
Huynh, who was driving a 1998 Mitsubishi 3000, was traveling southbound on the turnpike when he “lost control of the vehicle and struck the median barrier,” causing his vehicle to overturn and rest on its roof in the northbound lane, according to a police affidavit filed by Trooper Gerard R. Ditolla.
According to Ditolla’s affidavit, an odor of alcohol was detected while medical aid was being provided to Nghia Huynh, who was transported to Elliot Hospital in Manchester for an evaluation.
Ditolla said he visited Nghia Huynh at the Intensive Care Unit at the hospital, and confirmed that he allegedly smelled like alcohol, according to court documents.
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