VA offering clinical support to those impacted by Randolph crash

Monitor staff
Published: 6/26/2019 6:22:34 PM

The Manchester Veterans Center and VA Medical Center is opening its doors Saturday for anyone impacted by the sudden loss of several Marine Corps veterans and their spouses in the motorcycle crash in Randolph last week.

The Vet Center at 1461 Hooksett Road, Unit B7 in Hooksett, will be open from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday. Clinical support from staff at the veterans center and medical center will be available to address any areas of need, including community resources and emotional support.

Contact the Manchester VA Suicide Prevention Coordinator at 703-6918 for more information.

A pick-up truck hauling a flatbed trailer crashed into a group of motorcycle riders on U.S. Route 2 in Randolph on Friday. Seven riders were killed, and the truck driver, Volodymyr Zhukovskyy, 23, is facing seven counts of negligent homicide. He pleaded not guilty to all charges Tuesday through his attorney in Coos County Superior Court, where he is being held in preventive detention.

Jury selection for Zhukovskyy’s trial is scheduled to begin Nov. 8.




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