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New Hampshire

April 11, 2013

Londonderry man faces DWI charge after crash

LONDONDERRY — Paul Seskes, 45, of Londonderry escaped serious injury, but does face a charge of DWI, second offense, after rolling over his pickup yesterday afternoon on Route 102.

Seskes was driving erratically on Old Nashua Road before the crash, several witnesses told police.

He turned onto Route 102 and his gray 2009 Nissan Titan left the road near the driving range, Lt. Kevin Cavallaro said.

The truck then struck a culvert and rolled over several times. Responding officers found Seskes outside the vehicle. Police observed a strong odor of alcohol, Cavallaro said, and there was beer in the truck. Seskes failed a field sobriety test.

He was taken to the hospital for treatment of an ankle injury and charged with drunken driving.

It was the second such charge for Seskes in less than a week. Cavallaro said he was arrested Saturday and charged then, too, with DWI, second offense.

— Jo-Anne MacKenzie

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