Two children killed after crash on I-89, New Hampshire

by SpeedLux
I-89, New Hampshire

Two children were killed in a car crash on I-89 Friday morning in New Hampshire.

New Hampshire State Police were informed about the crash at around 8:30 a.m. The car drifted from the right-hand lane into the breakdown lane for the reason yet to be known and then crashed with the back of a tractor-trailer.

Two children were killed after the crash. They have been identified as First-grader Gavin Oulette and 11th grader Nicholas Oulette.

Bow School District Superintendent Dean Cascadden first announced the news in a statement to the school community.

The driver of the car was Tom Oulette, who is the district’s School Resource Officer. He was admitted to Concord Hospital with serious, but non-life-threatening injuries.

“We have started to process this event with staff and some of our older students,” said Cascadden. “The high school implemented a secure campus to inform students and allow them to gather in groups for support and processing.”

The school district canceled co-curricular activities on Friday.

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