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For Immediate Release
September 6, 2019
For more information contact:
Trooper Joshuah Howe
603-223-8494

Motor Vehicle Crash, Springfield, NH

On September 5, 2019, at approximately 9:27 pm, the New Hampshire State Police-Troop C responded to a motor vehicle crash on Philbrick Hill Rd in the Town of Springfield. When emergency crews arrived, they found that a 1996 Mazda B2300 had driven off the roadway and crashed into a tree. There were two occupants in the vehicle during the crash, identified as:

Jody Barry (Driver)
Age 24
Canaan, NH
Zachary Bousquet (Passenger)
Age 24
Enfield, NH

Barry was able to exit the vehicle, however Bousquet was entrapped and had to be extricated.

Both Barry and Bousquet were transported to the Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center in Lebanon by ambulance. Barry suffered minor injuries and Bousquet sustained serious, but non-life threatening injuries.

Preliminary investigation revealed that Barry's vehicle was traveling northbound on Philbrick Hill Rd when it crossed left of center and drove off the roadway onto the southbound shoulder where it struck a large tree. It appears alcohol and speed were contributing factors in the crash.

Barry was arrested at the hospital and charged with Aggravated Driving While Intoxicated. He was released on bail and will be arraigned in the Sullivan County Superior Court on September 19, 2019.

The State Police were assisted at the scene by the Springfield Fire/EMS Department, the Grantham Fire/EMS Department, as well as the Grantham Police Department and Troopers from Troop D.

Anyone with information regarding this incident is asked to contact Trooper Joshuah Howe via Troop C dispatch at (603) 223-8494.

   
 
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