HUDSON, N.H. (WBZ NewsRadio) — A man from Nashua has sustained life-threatening injuries after crashing an Off-Highway Recreational Vehicle over the weekend.
According to Hudson Police Department, on Saturday June 6th at around 6:30 p.m. officers responded to a report of an OHRV accident in a wooded area behind Lockwood Drive.
When they arrived, they found the driver, 30-year-old Michael Benoit, on the ground next to the vehicle with "life-threatening injuries."
Police said it appears Benoit drove off a retaining wall and crashed into the ground several feet below. He was not wearing a helmet.
Benoit was med-flighted from a local medical center to Massachusetts General Hospital for further treatment.
"At this time, the accident remains under investigation," said Hudson PD. "We urge all OHRV drivers to use caution when driving on unfamiliar trails and to wear a helmet at all times."
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