CONWAY WOMAN “CRITICAL” AFTER CRASH

by Christian Mower on July 15, 2013

POLICE IN OSSIPEE SAY A 66-YEAR-OLD CONWAY WOMAN REMAINED IN CRITICAL CONDITION MONDAY AFTERNOON AFTER SHE WAS INJURED IN A CRASH ON ROUTE 16 IN OSSIPEE EARLY FRIDAY AFTERNOON.

DETECTIVE SGT. BOB KING SAYS 18-YEAR-OLD NICHOLAS FOKAS OF AMHERST, NEW HAMPSHIRE IS CHARGED WITH DWI AFTER THE 2012 FORD PICKUP TRUCK HE WAS DRIVING SOUTHBOUND ALLEGEDLY CROSSED INTO THE NORTHBOUND LANE SHORTLY BEFORE 1 P.M.AND HIT A NORTHBOUND 2010 HONDA PILOT BEING DRIVEN BY 66-YEAR-OLD JOSEPH MADORE OF CONWAY.

IT HAPPENED ABOUT A QUARTER MILE NORTH OF THE INTERSECTION WITH ROUTE 28.

MADORE SUSTAINED SERIOUS INJURIES AND WAS TREATED AND HAS SINCE BEEN RELEASED. HIS WIFE MARY MADORE, WHO WAS RIDING WITH HIM, WAS AIRLIFTED TO DARTMOUTH HITCHCOCK MEDICAL CENTER, WHERE SHE’S LISTED AS CRITICAL.

FOKAS WAS NOT HURT IN THE CRASH BUT A PASSENGER OF HIS, 18-YEAR-OLD ALICE FAHEY, ALSO OF AMHERST, WAS TAKEN TO HUGGINS HOSPITAL IN WOLFEBORO WITH MINOR INJURIES.

KING SAYS MORE CHARGES ARE PENDING IN CONNECTION WITH THE INCIDENT.

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