New Hampshire State Police Respond To Several Crashes On Snowy Saturday

Photo: NH State Police / Twitter

MANCHESTER N.H. (WBZNewsRadio) - New Hampshire State Police said they responded to a number of crashes through out the day, Saturday, after rain and snow made roads slick across the state.

"Leave yourself extra time and drive for the current conditions," they tweeted.

In Unity on the 2nd NH Turnpike, one person suffered minor injuries after a car rolled over and landed on it's side.

There were also at least two crashed on I-93 Southbound. In Manchester, a single motor vehicle crashed closed the right lane for a short period of time. And in New Hampton, another car got stuck on the side of I-93, after a layer of snow coated the roads there. No injuries reported in either incident.

In Stoddard there was a single vehicle crash on Rt. 123 Northbound, again no injuries were reported.

In Massachusetts, a 40 mph speed restriction on I-90 was extended from the New York border to MM 63 in Palmer.

No major weather related crashes were reported in Massachusetts.

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