• January 05, 2017

Damien E. Horgan Killed in Alleged Alcohol Related Accident in Keene, NH

Keene, NH -- An alleged alcohol related incident on Keene, NH claimed the life of 43-year-old Damien E. Horgan in Keene, NH Wednesday, January 4, 2017.

The report seems to imply that Mr. Horgan was the lone occupant of a vehicle that veered off the roadway, colliding with a group of trees. The incident reportedly took place on Chesterfield Road in the area of the Stone Arch Bridge. The man's vehicle came to rest at the edge of the road and just before an embankment. The cause of the incident remains unclear, but police say they believe alcohol and excessive speeds both played a role.

Representatives with the Keene Police Collision Analysis Team are currently investigating the incident.

Further details regarding the incident had not been revealed by the early media report.

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