Concord woman charged in crash that killed Loudon woman

  • Maggie Doorlag, 27, of Concord —Courtesy

Monitor staff
Published: 6/24/2019 11:09:44 AM

A Loudon woman died Sunday night following a three-vehicle crash on Route 106, according to New Hampshire State Police.

Angelica Lane, 22, was pronounced dead at the scene after her vehicle was pushed into oncoming traffic by a drunk driver.

Authorities said Maggie Doorlag, 27, of Concord was impaired when her Jeep Cherokee struck a Lexus ES330 driven by Lane, police said. Lane was stopped on Route 106 in anticipation of making a left turn into a driveway at the time of the crash. Lane’s vehicle was pushed into the path of a Dodge Ram pickup driven by Travis Dunn, 29, of Chichester, who was traveling in the opposite direction.

Doorlag and Dunn suffered minor injuries. A 1-year-old passenger in Dunn’s vehicle suffered serious but non-life-threatening injuries and was taken by ambulance to Concord Hospital. A second passenger, a 28-year-old woman from Chichester, also suffered minor injuries.

Doorlag was arrested at the crash scene and charged with aggravated driving while intoxicated. She was released on personal recognizance and is scheduled to be arraigned July 11 in Merrimack County Superior Court in Concord.

The New Hampshire State Police Collision Analysis and Reconstruction Unit responded to the scene, in addition to members of the Belmont, Canterbury and Loudon police departments. Loudon and Chichester firefighters were also called.

The crash was reported about 9:43 p.m. It shut down a portion of Route 106 from Shaker Road to Clough Hill Road for approximately five hours while police conducted interviews, gathered evidence and worked to clear both travel lanes.

A GoFundMe page created to assist Lane’s family with funeral expenses and other costs says that the 22-year-old was returning home from work at the time of the crash.

“Heaven Called home an Angel (Angel-ica) last night far too soon. Angelica (Jelly) had just turned 22 years old,” her aunt wrote on the page.

“Jelly was not only my niece, she was so much more, she was an incredible daughter, sister, granddaughter, aunt, friend, you name it she was it. She meant so much to so many,” she continued.

The crash remains under investigation. Police ask anyone with information to contact Trooper Bryan Plamondon at 223-8677 or by email at

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