• May 11, 2017

Heather Mills, Danielle Gricci, David Paskell Injured in Rochester, NH, Accident

Rochester, NH -- May 5, 2017, Heather Mills, Danielle Gricci, and David Paskell were injured after an accident where a truck and a car crashed.

Rochester Police investigators responded to the emergency call in the morning hours of Friday. They say that it occurred along Highway 11.

Preliminary police reports have indicated that 29-year-old Gricci was driving a Ford Fusion along the highway when her vehicle was suddenly rear-ended by a box truck driven by 55-year-old Paskell. This caused Gricci's vehicle to swerve into oncoming traffic where it collided head-on with a Hyundai being driven by 27-year-old Mills.

Emergency services arrived on the scene and transported Mills to Portsmouth Regional Hospital. Her injuries were said to be serious. Gricci and Paskell were both taken to Frisbie Memorial Hospital for treatment of non-life-threatening injuries.

Police did not say if any charges or citations were issued. Additional details are currently unavailable.

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