By Jo-Anne MacKenzie
---- — HUDSON — A Londonderry woman wasn’t injured yesterday, but her car was damaged after it was struck in front of Hills Garrison School.
Hudson police are blaming driver inattention for the crash. Angelika Gursky, 46, of Hudson apparently wasn’t paying attention, police said, when driving near the school entrance just after 8:30 a.m. yesterday.
Her 2006 Honda Pilot struck two other vehicles that had stopped in the road for the school crossing guard.
Gursky’s car first struck a 2010 Toyota Camry, driven by Jeannette Cunningham, 46, of Hudson. Gursky also hit a 2009 Subaru Legacy, driven by Elizabeth Sousa, 20, of Londonderry.
Hudson police and fire personnel responded to the scene at the intersection of Derry Street and Evergreen Drive.
Cunningham was taken to Southern New Hampshire Medical Center with non-life-threatening injuries, police said.
Sousa and Gursky were evaluated at the scene and both refused transport, Lt. David Bianchi said.
The crash snarled traffic for about two hours, he said, while tow trucks worked to remove all three vehicles from the scene.
“The Hudson police would like to remind drivers to keep their attention focused on the road while they are operating a vehicle, especially in heavy morning and afternoon commute traffic,” Bianchi said in a written statement.