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Three transported to hospital following Manchester Street pileup

  • Manchester street was shut down Monday after a multi-vehicle crash. Caitlin Andrews—

  • Manchester Street was shut down Monday after a multi-vehicle crash.

  • A vehicle is loaded onto a tow truck after being involved in a four-vehicle crash involving a tractor trailer truck on Monday, Feb. 12, 2018 on Manchester Street in Concord. Caitlin Andrews—Monitor staff

  • Police walk around the scene of a four-vehicle crash involving a tractor trailer truck on Monday, Feb. 12, 2018 on Manchester Street in Concord. Caitlin Andrews—Monitor staff

  • A car sits on a tow truck after being involved in a four-vehicle crash involving a tractor trailer truck on Monday, Feb. 12, 2018 on Manchester Street in Concord. Caitlin Andrews—Monitor staff

  • Police walk around the scene of a four-vehicle crash involving a tractor trailer truck on Monday, Feb. 12, 2018 on Manchester Street in Concord. Caitlin Andrews—Monitor staff

  • Police work the scene of a four-vehicle crash involving a tractor-trailer Monday on Manchester Street in Concord. Caitlin Andrews Photos / Monitor staff


Monitor staff
Tuesday, February 13, 2018

Three people were taken to the hospital Monday following a multi-vehicle crash that shut down a section of Manchester Street in Concord.

Concord police Lt. Cori Casey said first responders believed the injuries were not life-threatening.

The crash was reported about 11:48 a.m. It involved a tractor-trailer and four cars, at least three of which sustained front- and rear-end damage, according to reports. As of early Monday afternoon, police were still investigating the circumstances leading up to the crash and potential causes, Casey said.

Concord police blocked off Manchester Street near the Cumberland Farms gas station and Beefside Restaurant, while traffic was rerouted around the accident scene.

Local officers requested the assistance of New Hampshire State Police because the crash involved a tractor-trailer, Casey said, noting that Troop G in Concord specializes in accident reconstruction involving commercial vehicles.

Tow trucks responded to remove the disabled vehicles and crash debris from the roadway.