New Hampshire Highway Patrol have identified the Massachusetts resident killed in a December 1st, 2012 car accident in Nashua, NH. Sheryl Laitinen was a passenger in a vehicle that was eastbound on Searles Road when the vehicle lost control, vacated the roadway and collided with a tree just short of a nearby intersection.
Scene of the Accident
It is reported that both Laitinen and the driver of the vehicle, James Bazinet had to be mechanically removed from the twisted wreckage. Laitinen was transported to nearby Saint Joseph’s Hospital where she died a short time later of the injuries she sustained in the accident. Bazinet was transported to Massachusetts General Hospital where he was listed in critical condition.
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