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December 22, 2012

Methuen police say passengers in head-on crash lucky to be alive


Methuen Police Officers James Moore and Frank Lascola initially responded to the scene.

Moore, along with Haggar and the State Police Accident Reconstruction unit continue to investigate the crash. The reconstruction unit normally responds to fatal crashes or accidents with serious injuries which could lead to a fatality — an indication the extensive damage received by both cars.

“I’m very pleased that a week before Christmas, nobody was killed in this crash,” Haggar said.

Photographer Tim Jean also contributed to this story.




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