CONWAY POLICE DEPARTMENT
On March 31, 2022 at 0015 hours officers from the Conway Police Department, along with members of Conway Fire Department, Conway Rescue and Conway Ambulance, responded to a report of a single vehicle crash into the Conway Library building located at 15 Greenwood Ave, Conway, New Hampshire. It was reported there was heavy damage and airbag deployment as well as injuries.
Police and rescue personnel arrived on scene and found the male operator and female passenger to be entrapped in the vehicle. The male operator, identified as
Harold C. Hill Jr, 31 years of age
was transported to Memorial Hospital in North Conway with serious but non-life-threatening injuries. The female passenger, identified as
Brooke Barron, 21 years of age
Conway, New Hampshire
was transported to Memorial Hospital and ultimately transferred to Maine Medical Center with life threatening injuries.
Immediately following the crash, the Conway Police Department Accident Reconstruction Team documented the scene. The roadway was shut down for approximately three hours.
Harold Hill Jr. was charged with felony level Aggravated Driving While Intoxicated. Hill was bailed on personal recognizance and transferred to Maine Medical Center for further medical care. The investigation is ongoing at this time. The Conway Police Department asks that anyone with information contact the Conway Police Department at 603-356-5715.
Hannaford is recalling certain ready-to-eat chicken breast meal kits. The Scarborough-based grocery chain says it was told by supplier Taylor Farms that the products may contain wheat and soy, but the allergens are not listed on the product labels.
The chicken breast meal kits were produced March 19 and March 22, 2022. The recall is for 11.55 oz. plastic containers of “Hannaford freshly made meal chicken breast” with sell by dates of 03/26/22 through 03/29/22 and lot codes of TFNE078, TFNE079, TFNE080 and TFNE081.
The products have establishment number P-46638 inside the USDA mark of inspection.
Hannaford says all impacted products have been removed from store shelves and no injuries or illnesses have been reported. Anyone who purchased one of the recalled products may return it to the store for a full refund.
A missing 17-year-old girl from Littleton is now being featured in a new missing poster from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.
Hannah Hubbard has not been seen since Feb. 7. Officials believe she could be traveling with an adult man.
Littleton police posted on Facebook the day of her disappearance, saying Hubbard was seen getting into a black sedan.
According to the center, Hubbard could still be in New Hampshire in Littleton or surrounding areas. She also could be the Massachusetts communities of Saugus or Malden.
To generate leads for investigators, Hubbard is being featured on Ring’s Neighbors app as part of a partnership with the NCMEC.
Hubbard is 5 feet, 8 inches and weighs 145 pounds. She is white with blonde hair and green eyes. When she was last seen, her hair was very short and dyed blonde on the ends, according to the center.
Anyone with information is asked to call Littleton police at 603-444-2422 or the NCMEC at 1-800-THE-LOST (1-800-843-5678).