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Route 106 in Canterbury reopened after commercial truck crash

  • A commercial vehicle went off Route 106 in Canterbury and crashed sometime Tuesday morning. Courtesy of the New Hampshire State Police

  • A commercial vehicle went off Route 106 in Canterbury and crashed sometime Tuesday morning. Courtesy of the New Hampshire State Police


Monitor staff
Wednesday, May 02, 2018

Route 106 in Canterbury was shut down briefly while the New Hampshire State Police worked on the scene of a commercial vehicle crash.

According to a press release, the vehicle exited the roadway while traveling northbound on Route 106 sometime Tuesday morning. The driver, Albert Toe, 36, attempted to regain control of the vehicle and crossed back over Route 106 before coming off the road on the southbound side.

Toe was transported to Concord Hospital with injuries that were not considered life-threatening, according to the press release.

The vehicle was registered to Midnight Logistics, a carrier company out of Lowell, Mass. Police closed the route while clearing the vehicle and its cargo from the road. Route 106 was open by 10 a.m., according to police dispatch.

The cause of the crash is still under investigation, although the press release states speed and alcohol do not appear to be factors.