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Police: Andover man, 60, died in fatal Alexandria accident

Union Leader Correspondent

May 21. 2018 9:49AM
A firefighter stops traffic at the scene of a fatal accident on Route 104 in Alexandria early Sunday evening. (Bea Lewis/Union Leader Correspondent)

ALEXANDRIA — An Andover man has been identified as the victim of a fatal car crash Sunday, according to state police.

Peter Brodeur, 60, was the lone occupant of a pale green 2011 Hyundai Accent that went off Route 104 and landed on its roof, pointing east.

Members of the Alexandria, Bristol and Danbury fire departments secured the car with a nylon tow rope and used specialized jacks to stabilize the vehicle, which came to rest on a steep embankment.

Alexandria Fire Chief George Clayman declined to comment at the scene, citing the involvement of state police and did not return multiple phone messages on Monday.

The victim was declared dead at the scene. The New Hampshire Medical Examiner’s Office confirmed an autopsy has been scheduled.

State police are continuing to investigate what caused the crash that was reported about 4:34 p.m. but say neither alcohol nor speed are believed to be factors.

New Hampshire State Police from Troop F in Twin Mountain were assisted at the scene by state police from Troop D, along with Bristol police.

Anyone with information about the crash is asked to call Trooper Lori Terhune at 271-1170 or email her at

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