Mass. Man Injured In Hale Estates Rollover

by Christian Mower on April 24, 2018

 

A GMC truck that rolled over and crashed into a guardrail on Heather Hill Road late Saturday night ~ Photo Courtesy of Dorothy Lane

 
CONWAY, NH – There was a Rollover in Hale Estates this weekend. According to the Conway Police Lt. Christopher Mattei authorities were notified of a Rollover on Heather Hill Road at around 11:16 pm Saturday with the caller noting that there was beer around the vehicle.

When Officers arrived the found a 2001 GMC Sierra Pickup truck that had rolled over and crashed but there were no individuals with the vehicle.

Shortly after Police received a call from one of the passengers of the Truck who told them that after the accident they walked down to Transvale Acres because none of the 5 occupants could find their phones or get a call out after the accident.

The guardrail on Heather Hill Road in Hale Estates was smashed after a GMC truck crashed into it Saturday night. ~ Photo Courtesy of Dorothy Lane

 
After an investigation Police said they believe that 22-year-old Kenneth Haskell, of George Town Massachusetts, was driving down Heather Hill at a high rate of speed, lost control of the Truck on a sharp left hand turn causing the vehicle to skid and roll over being stopped by a guard rail.

Lt. Mattei said that they determined the cause of the crash to be excessive speed and that alcohol was not a factor.

Haskell was given a must appear summons for reckless operation.

Haskell received a non-life threatening injury in the crash and he along side 3 other passengers were transported to Memorial Hospital for evaluation and treatment of their injuries.