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Trooper injured when cruiser struck on I-93 in Tilton

A New Hampshire state police officer was sent to the hospital yesterday with non-life-threatening injuries after his cruiser was struck by another driver at the Exit 20 off-ramp on Interstate 93 in Tilton. The trooper’s name is not being released.

Around noon, the trooper was parked on the off-ramp protecting the area where a tow service was removing a vehicle from a snowbank, according to a press release. He was sitting inside the car, and the side and rear emergency lights of the vehicle were on.

At that same time, Kim Gullage, 47, of Derry was traveling northbound and exiting the ramp when she struck the trooper’s car, according to the release. Gullage told the police she saw the trooper, but lost control on snow when trying to slow down. She struck the trooper’s vehicle in its rear, pushing it forward approximately 20 feet. The release did not say how fast she was driving.

Gullage was not injured, but the trooper was taken to Franklin Regional Hospital for non-life-threatening injuries. Gullage was issued a summons for negligent operation.

Legacy Comments3

Gee, that's a long title! Where's the story though?

The driver should have just said "I blacked out". Like the Portsmouth politician did 2 times in 2 weeks only a few weeks ago. That politician got NO ticket for either accident.

We went around that exit just about the time this happened. Giving her a summons for anything is way over reach. The guy from Rusty's Towing was spreading sand from a 5 gallon bucket when we went by. If the cops want to ticket someone, start with DOT for negligent plowing. That exit was glare ice and when you got to the traffic light, it was all you could do to get going again.

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